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DAILY EAST OHEGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THtmSDAY EVENING, JUNE 2, 1921.
People Here and There
lira. Kyle Long and daughter and
her mother, Mrs. Hum Osborne, are
visiting at the home of Mm. Robert
Dick on Upper Kirch creek. They
will spend about ten days there. Mrs.
Dick Ih Mrs. Long's aunt,
Mr.--and Mrs . Raymond Rlxby
have been elected to tench In the Wes
ton schools durlnK the coming year.
Their contrails aro on th busls of 12
An enviable record as teacher of
' Reboot District No. 68 ha been made
this year by Fleming I. Olentan. Co
operation practiced by Mr. Olnman, IiIh
. . Curt! of Thanks
We wish to thank our many friends
for their kindness rendered im durlnK
oir and bereavement. . Especially do
iwe thank the Rebekah lodge.
. MR. AND MR. CLAUD CROW
CITY anil COUNTRY
HAULING. NIcM Of Day.
to! PHone 378-1
fire a! Sea
headed by fiend
in human form
tplans death of many
men and women
and little children
to hide the theft
of golden treasure.
school board and the, children have re
Milted In the school being standard-Iwd,
NEWS OF THE C0UN1Y
HHP till Aci1iiit.
Alleging thntthe company sold to
K, V. Oration goods amounting to
t IK 1.6.-, The Kemper-Thomas Co. has
Instituted action In the circuit court
i against the defendant for that ill)-
onnU The cum wiib filed by Peterson.
Itiahop and Clark. ' .
Appointed Guardian.' i"
Jobn Bradburn has been appointed
us guardian of Frederick K. Noble.
A license to Wed has been Issued to
Raymond E. Morgan, a . teacher of
Walla Walla, and Ivis Gusta'son of
(literal Illicit! II.
In the court of Justice of the Pence
Richards at Athena one day this week,
Charley Vondnrhe.1 was fined $400
and sentenced to serve 90 day In jail.
The charge against the defendant waa
operating a Mill for the manufacture
of whiskey. It Is understood that the
jail part of the sentence waa held In
abeyance peridtnK good beabvlor.
Consolidation ur-Hllon I p.
Petitions have been received by the
i district county board
ShihiI tint of QiictioiiH.
The lists of questions for the second s lum; districts Nm,
examination for eighth grade pupil
have been Kent nut from the office of
the county superintendent of schools.
The tents will bo held Thursday and
Friday, Juno 9 and 10.
115 and It be
noliriud lu Include, in tne.r nnuit
the annual election Juno 20 the ques
tion of whether their districts shall be
consolidated frr high school purposes
Open -Air Shave in. China
This statue of George Washington
la the gift of the state of Virginia
to the British people. It will be un
veiled June 30 In Trafalgar Square,
is the title of a
by E. W; HORNUNG
author of "Raffles"
put into pictures
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If you go to China, le p'.-eiwiot for an open alt haircut. This bar.
ber chop 1 set up alons the curb. When a "victim" appears, an appren
tice starts on 1I in with a sand soup shampoo. The owner Qnishes with at
razor resembling miniature meat ax.
under direction of
in sensational drama
of crime and love
danger and death
fear and courage'
destroyed by fire
ard tcyfYific explosion
production in i
met ion pictures
' of aenatiorial drama
oF crime and courage
on land and sea
10c Box: '
$2.40 Per Crate
739 Main Street
Phone 187 and 188
U. S. INSPECTED MEATS
CHAS. D. DESPAIN & CHAS. W. GOODYEAR
A Rain of three and one-half cents
gain over yesterday was recorded tp
day in the price of wheat, the market
closing at $1.40 S-4. Following are
the quotations received by Overbeck
& Cooke, local brokers:
Open. High. Iw.
July 1.37'A $1.41 v, $1.36
.Itllv .67 -tl'i -r'8 ,
.Sept. .69 . .6?A .67 H' .
' ' Oats.
Julv .42 '4 .42 . .41' .42
Sept. .4 3 V .44 .4 3 .4 3
July '1.211 ft 1.31 'A
Kept l.l:;.S I.IW,
Wheat Early In the day the buy
ing power showed indications of di
minishing but about midday aession
the maikot developed pronounced
strength stimulated In part by the In
glls report indicating a loss of 87,000,
00 bushels for the states of Texas,
Cl.lahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, Mia
.sourl and iflinois. Another signlfi
cant Item In his analysis of the situa
tion was the prediction that the ca. -ty
ovnrwf wheat this year will lie' one
of ch j Fmallert on record. If this
shoutf. prove true, it is almost a cer
tainly that available supply for de
liver1 on July contracts will be ver
iiraxre. Kxportera were again in the
market anu estimates piaceo ine saies
foj the oay as high as 2.500,000 busl.-
elM. All cash .Markets were stroni.-
iih l hic.igo premiums about two t-
II ree rents lower than yesterdays,
Slin.-napidis and Kansas City rbport-,
the muni urgent milling demaed
ft.cn lor many months, country ot
firings were limited with spot offer
uivs lm'eling such ready demand at
big premiums over July and the cash
1 ration gaining strengtn daily, we teoi
qiiiie convinced the future will contin
ue to show strength. ,
Pav Cash ' Receive More Pay Less
Rr.fo. C.inh Grocery
no p fnrt , , ' Phone m)
Santos the fiend
planned death of all
cn hoard the ship
of golden treasure ..;
HO TALES '
-PER SACK i
10 POUNDS FOR
WATCTI OUR AD FOR SPECIAL
ravCasa Receive More ray Le?s
Deopain&Lee Cash Grocery
"209 E. Court
JjONDON. June 2. (l.T. V.)W. VT.
Hawkins, president of the United
Press and Philip Jackson, published of
Ihe Portland Journal, were guests of
Premier's residence at Ten Oown
Premier' Vis residence at Ten Down
ing street. Hawkins was later the
guest ot honor at a newspaper lunch
eon given by Viscount IJiirnham, own
er of the Daily Telegraph. The lead
ing newspaper publishers, including
lrftrd Norlhiilfl'e, of the London Times,
editors of the principal Hritish news
papers, correspondent of newspaper!
and press associations were present.
While it i taken for granted thktwc'have in our store a large
Ktock of the more expensive graduation gifts, still it m urt I e re
membered that we have many inexpensive g AU as ell asm the
following list, all of which are priced at 50c, $1.00, 1.5U and up
to $5.00. : . '
K1KKY TOILF.T A RTICLKS
BTRULIXO KKY PIX'IS
HKI.TS ANU HrCKI.ES
KTKItl.1 NO TO I LKTWA It K
FOCNTAIN PKNS ,
In such articles as these may be shotfh the appreciatioa of the
achievement of the boy or girl in their graduation. Though the
price is low, still these gifts are of "Sawtelle Quality 'and are fit
ting to maintain graduation memories.
TTr inrT w
"The Quality Jewelers"
Sixty Cents the Hundredweight
Less Cost by Water; 'Wool
Takes on Weight in Transit.
Advantage of the big saving in
freight rates that can. be effected by
shipping by water from Portland is
being taken this year by the Cunning
ham Sheep Co. who Just recently
loaded out a number of cars of wool.
This shipment was carried by rail to
Portland, and from there It will go by
water to the eastern market;
The saving in money on the cheaper
rates will amount to J1.500 on the
whole clip of the company. The rail
rate from Pendleton to Bojston is
12.85 the hundredweight on wool, and
from Pendleton to Portland by rail
and thence to Boston by water Is $2.25,
a saving of 60 cents when the latter
plan is followed.
Another little Item that the canny
sheepman Is always taking Into ac
count is whether his wool will gain or
lose In weight while it is lnstorage.
This question is of particular interest
because if conditions are such that the
wool will dry out rapidly, the loss In
weight will be sufficient to cost him a
lot of money. By shipping over the
water route, the wool is in transit
about the same length of timers if it
were shipped by rail, and it gains a
bttle in weight.
ProsiKM-ts Good Crop prospects in
the Pilot Rock section are gratifying.
according to reports of different grow-
MAKES linERS PUBLIC
life XI CO CITY, June 2. U t.)-L
President Obregnn made public jdlegi
ed letters offering huge bribes to an
American army officer to obtain the
support of the Pnited Slates govern
ment for the candidacy of Alferdo
Pomlngueg, for president. Dominguez
wrote letters offering Colonel Robert
Campbell a former military attache
here $2,500,000 to obtain support for
Oomingues to succeed Carranza. lom
ingticst is reported in Washington as
opposing the Obregnti administration.
He was the chief opponent of Obre
gon In the last election.
W.y RKTl'ltM TO WORK
KEW YORK, June 2. (A. P.)
Approximately 65.000 clothing workers
today tiegan a gradual return to work
following the general strike, starting
last December. , ,
True way to m dm)', son. bnlUiy.
3 oow your. Sm Ui iun: ll lisdowj
gra to five yu iura w -- ; -
waieht. No .uirvln or ttloui lrei.j.i tio
. I nA m. nf bmfc Jtut T
lollow tin mmoK ltrln
yst na raouo i w v uw
to) ODdet ooy-rina s--antro.
6f, reliable, icoom
mended by r-hyaictana. AKi to
your capability od ebarm.
A mat a all oho kn yott. Ba
ennta flnhlaa In alas, vounaor
la appaaraiH. attrsottvo, cin irt tUH, a14
y.ara to your lltat Taka your maasurtfOiMiM
and ibl oltea aad look at youwll la minor
to asov Uia treat brovHU l oo t low any
tor tima) atart oaw aod atdoy the tbHIl ol
h-ominf abwdw. Aali lor boi 1 HORCIN
taSULIS Iproooonord ktmni St any dm
ttan. Afft o tub.tltuttk Or mail It.ut)
to ua tor boit ar writ, far Iraa broatiura.
Kirtts C,.W -JllUliss L ti Isik. B. t
ers. The recent rains have been very
beneficial in insuring the proper fill
ing of the grain that is now headed
ont. Over an inch of rain fell daring
the past two weeks, according to M. D.
Orange, who has charge of the gov
ernment weather bureau at Pilot
Rock. In some parts weeds are re
ported but these cases are few, and
Isolated. J. VV. Etter, prominent land
owner and grain raiser says that he
has never seen nicer prospects for a
crop in this part of the county. T.
Uilliiand, another prominent grower.
reports that he is looking forward to
a good yield. Herbert Boylen Sr.,
while not directly engaged in the rais
ing of grain is a close observer of crop
conditions, says there is every indica
tion of a banner yield this season and
a return to "normalcy" after the mar
keting of the crops.
Alfalfa CutlhiR Starts. Peter Carl
son of liulter creek, was the first in
i L for over 75 yesrs hit
it ilea upon uoursuas
Orients! Cream lokcvp
the skin and complex
ion in perfect condition
through the Kress of
the season's activities,
" Send 15 c for ,
yew yarn uir
that neighborhood to start cutting al
falfa this season. He - began - work
Tuesday. Next Monday and Tuesday
having will be under way on most of
the large farms west of Echo.
FREKI1EXT SKXTS XOM1XATTOX
WASHINGTON, June 2. (U. P.) .
President Harding sent the senate for
foreign nominations the names of
Wallace R. Harrington, ot Honolulu,
for governor of Hawaii and James
Thompson of Hoilua, for Hawaii as
Judge of the circuit court in the third
district. . . -'
SF.UVKS SKNTFXCK I" INST AIjI.
MKXT. COLORADO SPRINGS, June
(P. P.I Harry Polant, a musician, is
serving a ten days' sentence for speed
ing, in installments. The Juge allow
ed it so Polant would not lose his Job.
H plays in a local music house. Each
morning Polant goes to Jail, eats
breakfast and stays to lunch, then Is
released until the following morning.
Opium secreted in lemons selling at
h!gh prices was revealed when detec
tives investigated a run on the lemon
market In the Chinese section of Pitts
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TOM TERR.15S PRO0UCTI0N
"lDEAD MEN TELL NO TALES?
One tr.an agalntf sU Is the status In Yltagrapirs Tom TVrrlss production. "Iad Men TeU Tls.-
The six plotters blew up a sallinif vessel In midocean to steal a cargo of gold from Australia. They niada
tbclc Plans carefully so that ou- of the several hundred passengers uud crew could escape alive; but oua
tuau foiled the plotters, lie tracked tutu) U Kalttay UuU sud single handed bested tn let. An ail-sta
vast was engaged to make the plctura,
V ' but one escaped.