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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 4, 1921.
"Yes, We Have It
New Parts for all Cars
ALL OVER CALIFORNIA auto repair
men have learned they will get this, re
sponse to a call for a part-wio matter
what part it is or for what' car from
Patterson Parts, Inc., of San Francisco
and Oakland, and now of this city, at 31
North Park Street
G REDUCTION IDE
N SELLING PRICES
And what in more, the response,
In followed by Immediate delivery.
"Yes, we have It,"
I'ATTKKKON PARTS, I
purl for all popular curs,
i, by Its complete stock of
Its service In procuring ob
solete parts and its hasty delivery has earned the repu
tation of huvlng "speeded up" tho entire replacement
and repulr business in California. Motorists get their
ears in a hurry bceauso there Is no delay In "waiting
for parts"; .gurage men make more money by Increas
ing their job turnover and at the same time they can ;
cut their capital Investment by reducing their stocks of
Already many Oregon repair nun Inive availed them
wives of Patu-rwm Vartx? rmx-hv at lung dls(aiit. ,
Now, with tlin llirtluntl liioinb fully established, tlie
service is nsllublc to, all the garage and repair men in .
the state of Oregon, and I'aiUrsuti I'iiiIk, In In a m
sltkiti to do for Oregon ri'imlr nun exactly what It lias
done for tlKise in California.
Have your garage man cull on Patterson Parts,
Inc., the next time he needs parts' for your cur.
In addition to a large slock of parts -fer all
popular makes of cars, Patterson Parts,
Inc., carries an absolutely complete stock
Quality Light Weight
Fly Wheel Starter
Cylinder Head -GASKETS
Valio Cage and tiiikrt-s llitHliliigs, Iteplaoeiiiciit I'arts
PARTS CATALOGVK TO TI1K TRAIN?
. . INC.
"NKW PARTS FOR AM, CARS"
31 North Park Mrm POKTLAM), OltlXiON
l'HONK 1IROADVYAY 8017
29 (ioltlen Kate Ave.,
This Woman lay Lydia LPinkham'i
Vegetable Compound Made Her
- a New Womaa
Cut Announced by Oregon Mo
tor Garage, Local Dealers;
Was, Effective June First.
' One of the biggest Items of. newf
that has come to pass in Pendleton for
muny a moon is tilt-announcement of
the reduction In tne price of Bulck
cars of all models. The reduction has
already gone Into effect, June t hav
ing been the date. The Bulckg are
handled here by the Orgon Motor
The reductions vary according to tho
models and range from the least at
U'70 on the five passenger' touring car.
The greatest reduction is 86 which
Is In effect on the four passenger coupe
and the seven passenger sedan.
On the three passenger roadster the
new fccttlc of prices permits a purchase j
ior juu less man tne price iuuhcim
charged. The old price was 1 1795 and
the new price is 11485. In the three
passenger coupe the reduction Is for
$4 50 from the old male of $2585 to the
present price of $2135. '
All of the prices are f. o. b. factories.
Flint. Mich. '
Pittsbureh. Pa, " Before staking
Lvdia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Com
pound I had bearing--
down pains in my
sides, stomach and
back so Daaiy mat i
could hardly stand
up. I was white and
very mid anu nerv
ous, had a roor appe
tite and only weighed
112 nounds. I took
ten bottles without!
missing one dose and
ave it a fair trial.
When I finished the ,
last hnttle everyone asked me what!
made the wonderful change in me. I Eg
told them about Lydia L. Pmkham e g
Vegetable Compound and I recommend 3
it wherever I can. I give you permis- g
sion to publish this letter to help suffer-
ing women as your remedies are a god- 3
send and made a new woman of me. 3
Mrs. F. A. Baker, 4749 Butler St,
Why will women drag around day
after day, suffering from backacnes,
bearing-down pains, nervousness and
"the blues." endurine a miserable ex
istence when they have such evidence at
the ahnve that I.vdia E. Pinkham s Veg
etable Compound is a dependable rem
edy for such troubles. For nearly forty
years this grand old root and herb medi
cine has been restoring the women 01
America to health and strength.
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NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY YOUK
AUTO PRICES ARE LOWER
THAN IN PRE-WAR DAYS
Are automobile tire; prices really
low? A careful .analysis Indicate
that they are lower than pre-war
prices, and considering mileage, lower
than at any previous time In history.
When the B. P. Goodrich Rubber
Company announced a reduction of 20
per cent a new price level for the sea
ton of 1920 was established, bringing
their prices down to a point 15 per
cent below the pre-war schedule as
represented by the 1913 level.
According to Bradstreet's Index,
general commodity prices have risen
23 per cent during this same period.
It Is surprising, but nevertheless true,
to find that In 1910 tire prices were
115 per cent higher than today.
The lowest point in the history of
tire prices was in 1915 and wa
brought about through the Goodrich
fair lint campaign against price In
flation that had crept into the Industry
at that time. This extreme low point
was only 20 per cent below the present
SINN FEIN LEADERS
PUT ON MARKET BY
' STANDARD OIL CO.
"SSnglne distillate for use In trac
tors, motor boats and other similar in
ternal combustion engines, has been
placed on the market BKaln," an
nounces R J. Vivian, special agent of
the Standard Oil company at rcndle-
ton. A large stock is being carried to
cure for internal combustion engines
which are equipped to use this pro
duct. . . -
In the past, engine distillate has
proven quite satisfactory for special
types of engines, and Its apeparance
again on the market will mean a con
siderable saving for tractor operators
and owners of engine which can be
adapted to this fuel.
1- 1 i
J CASTLE GATE
I EGG COAL
a THE RIGHT SIZE FOR THIS WEATHER
I CLEAN AND UNIFORM
J B. L. BURROUGHS He Has It!
Here's the password to the shop
Where the cars of wise ones stop.
We know a lot about vulcanising and tho curing of rubber; we '
understand how to get the bent results In welding. We understand
every part of ybu'r car as well as a watchmaker understands a clock.
If you want to keep your car from getting all run down, lot us in
spect It at regular Intervals. .
BNV...e Car Day and Night
Shop phone, 870
BY CHAKXK8 McCANN,
(flitted Press Staff Correspondent)
LONIX'N, June 4 Government de
termination to capture, try and pun
ish Michael Collins, Klchard Mulcahy,
iUchard iturgess and Austin Stack
the quarter of Sinn Fein leaders sup
posed to be" the llfo of the "war
against England will not be permit
ted to stand In the way of a settle
ment of the Irish problem.
Tho I'nlted Press was authorita
tlvely -Informed today that If necessary
the government, despite1 its previous
insistence that it will not grant am
nesty to Collins and the others be
cause it is "Impossible to shake hands-
with murder," will grant a pardon to
them or to anyone else in the Irish
This statement marked i complete
change from the government attitude
for the past year.i represented the of
ficial view following the recent con
ference of Sir James Craig with Pres
ident DeValera of the "Irish Repub
lic." Following the conference the gov
ernment refrulned from Interference,
and in Its anxiety not to hlndor a set
tlement refused even to discuss It. It
was recognized that DeValera. in
seeking the Interview, knew Ulster
would not concede anything more
than the working of the new home-
rule act which I'lster fought for
years and accepted reluctantly when
It rccontly passed Parliament. That
he did so was believed to be a sign
Sinn Fein might accept and work the
home-rule bill, providing as It docs an
Irish council In which, north and
south would meet.
, That .Craig, leader of tho Ulster
Unionists who hate ISinn l-'eln and
Catholicism and who threatened re
bellion against England in 1914 if an
attempt were made to pass and en
force a home rule act, accepted De
Valpra's offer was Interpreted to
mean, first, that the southern uoycou
of Ulster goods was hurting, and. sec
ond, that I'lster wanted to. see xne ena
of the- Irish "war,"
Craig, following the conference, was
expectedly unyielding. DeAalera was
unexpectedly ,eoncilllatory o one
in authority has ventured to guess
lust what it meant below the surface.
The situation was that ireiunu, na
turallv Is fed-no with warfare. The
irnvnrnment is fed-UD Wtil Conduct
ing it at tremendous cost to the heavi
ly overtaxed people of England. 11 is
hoped by the government that Sinn
Fein, knowing the government's de
termination to crush the rebellion, u,
ready to work the act at the first step
in what the government has promised
will mean nn Ireland as free as pos
sible. The government has held out
many hopes, has practically promised
fiscal autonomy, and has invited of
fers from Sinn Fein.
There has been one drawback; the
government has insisted It will 'not
grant amnesty to Collins ind others on
the "blacklist." and Sinn Fein has
said it could not and would not de
sert them. This was removed by the
statement that amnesty will be grant
ed if necessary. The government hopes
Collins may Jp killed previously, or
that the end of the fight will corne.
If not by direct negotiation, in a splil
between moderates and extremists as
a result of which Collins and the rest
will be killed by Irishmen.
But If necessary amnesty will be
granted, and Collins and the others
will walk to the gates of Dublin Cas
tle the only safe way, as if they sur
rendered to police or soldiers they
probably would be "killed while at
tempting to escape" and give them
selves up to the government.
HAVE DROPPED IN PRICE 20 PER CENT.
At the start of the motoring season you are enabled
to purchased the best tires at an enormous saving.
Pendleton Rubber & Supply Co.
305 E. Court St
Wholesale and Retail.
WM. DUNN, Mgr.
ilEfi OF UNEMPLOYED
INCREASE IN IRELAND
DUBLIN", , June 4. (A. P.) A
great Increase In unemployment in
Ireland Is shown by official reports.
The nsmberof people registered at the
labor exchanges, which does not in
clude workers, on short time, has risen
Belfast Is worst off with 2S.434 un
employed as against 15,291 In Dublin,
nnd 10.D22 in Cork. Over 100.000 are
drawing unemployment benefit. The
hurdest hit industry Is linen In -Bel
fast. In Dublin the trouble is mostly
due to a dispute in the building trades.
Thomas Johnston, secretary of the
Irish labor party, estimates that there
are not less than 15,000 agricultural
workers and road-menders out of
work as a result of the military sltua
Hll lt IXK OAKS
SAN FHANC1SCO, June 4. (A. P.)
Oakland mnde it four straight vie
tories over Portland yesterday by
landing on Plllette for eight hits and
five runs in tho eighth inning, the fi
nal score being 7 to 4. Winn pitched
a good game for the Oaks until the
fhinal Inning, when the Heavers
touched him up for six hits, scoring
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' BtBE OANlELSi C0ULDNT V4ELP IT
There is plenty' of truth in
the old saying you usually
get just what you pay for."
If therefore, you buy the
"cheapest" tire you 'prob
ably will get just that
much less quality and
are not the cheapest in price, but the recent
reduction makes them exceptionally low
in cost when you consider their splendid
quality and the unusual service which we
know they will give you.
Rugged, Cord and Traffik Treads in all
Ask u for the new low prices.