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DAILY EAST OEEGONIAN, PENDLETON. OREGON, TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 14, 1821.
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People Here and There
' " ' L 'HJJ.fc.J ' " J.J.J' I'"" 1 "a p -i
Wchiird (Dude) Pcvlnn, fornn'rty'of
Fendlwton, Iiiih returned and will Rpnrid
the Nummur hero. Mr. Divine arriv
ed thin morning from Tillamook whore
he ha neon enguKed In farmiiiK. ll
will liitfr be Joined by Mm. Olivine.
SLIGHT DECLINE TODAY
Roptmu'bor wheat nt J 1.25 3-4. Y"-(ori-lay
July wheat cloned nt $l.3il 1-2
utid, July Ki'dln at $1.27 1-2.
Following are the quotation rncelv
id by OVerlificK & Cooke, local brok.
Open. With, low.
S1.3H $l.3 , SJUfiK
The whnut prlro In tfio ChiciiKO
(rain market suffered a decline todny,
July wheat cIohIukt nt tl.Hli 1-2 nnil
"I could not work nt all nnil' had
W tuke to my bed with a high fever
due to lnto.it mil IndlK'-Htlon, rukcb In
my Htomuch and puln In my rlKht
Hide. 1 1 hud Hpent my hiMt cent for
doctor and medicine, which gave me
no relief, j wn In despair. A Indue
brother gave mo a bottle of Mnyr'n
Womlerf"ur Kctnedy, ami the flint 1ohc
relieved nn. Thanka lo thin medicine
I am now In the bent of health." Jt
la it Nlmple, hat-mien preparation that
remove the raturrhal mucus from ije
Intestinal tract and nllayx tlm Inl'lama
Hon which ennui-" practically all Htimi
ach, liver and intHtlnnl ailment, In.
elndiritf append'Ht. One done wilt
convince or money refunded. lniB
t'letis evel ywili re.
j TOO LATE TOJXASSIl-Y
WA NT E f 'ou ntry sale.;ninn for ''111
I.ife." the wonderful huh toule, xmull
lnveatnienl,.H'turiin lare. Sen factory
representative nt Oregon Hotel, lioom
20, Thutwilay only.
, . XoHi-e
All t linen for whom I have nt acted
denial work will ili i. call or phone
at once or appoint meuta nH tnv of flee
will lie rloKvd fur an Indefinite period
Wheat The market mn.de Its rnnue
for the day during early trading after
which Irregularity developed dominat
ed by a very mixed new budget. The
features won the renewal of liquida
tion which no prominent yeater
dny All caah imirketii were Weak
and lower under the presaure of In
creaaed country nolllng and a rather
lethargic demand. Kxport enles were
estimated nt half a million buahclH.
but It wan believed to be largely In the
nature of coverlnif old ale. Con-
sideruiile buying of Sept. iiKulnat sulea
or July look place lutHedTio doubt on
the idea that harventlriK thin year Ik
far enoiip-h ahead of nonnal to Inaure
a good movement from the country
oui.ihj me mrimn oi July, while the
September will' be utrennthened by any
mad crop reporta from the Hnrins
wheat territory. The weather In !"
KOUthwest will hear wntehlns fl n
continuation of present rainy coniU
tloim would mean a wet Imrveat and
a. delayed movement. With no much
depending- on the outcome of xprinc
nheat crop wo doubt the ndvixahlllly
of taking a position on the abort Hide
when the known facta regarding that
crop ar all favorable and any change
would very likely be the worse.
uiVKii is r.iMJxa
POHTI.ANl, June 14. (A. P.)
The rivers nre Ktill falling and the
forecast In that it will fuJI for the next
Welcome G. A. 'R.
If the weather pets too warm for you on the
street (Ir6p in to the Table Supply and cool off.
You will find this little market clean, cool and
refreshing. A full line of Lunch Goods, Fruits,
"M TABLE SUPPLY
Phone 187 nd 183
739 Main Street
CHAS. D. DESPAIN & CHAS. W. GOODYEAR
(Continued from page 1.) '
The little bronze badge ot glory Is
proving a puns word for the veteran
most anywhere they want to go. When
thernls time, the. delegate have wade
Independent excursion of their own
to visit points of Interest which 'they
wanted to see. Included among the
visitors nro many of the old pioneers
of Oregon who have passed through
the Inland ,I9mplre aeveral times
without ever InklUK the time to pay It
a visit. The old-tlmera nre enjoying
themselvea In chucking on the growth
of Pendleton since they saw.lt "biuk
In the seventies." j
Tlio KcxiHtration IJst
I'p to 11 o'clock this morning a to)
tnl of 11 veterans of the-vlvil war hart
registered oilictalty lor tne urnnu.
Army encampment. The following ts
the official roster giving the. company
and regiment of each man and his
O. W. Wonacott. H. 108 111. Volurt-
t(m, liresham. Oregon. -,
I a. F. Ljine, 18, Indiana Buttery, Sa
lem, Oregon. j
It. N. Abbott, Co. B, 2nd Katnliton,
V, S. Inf., Warrenton, Oregon. i.
C. M Klchler, , 1st Minn., Hea
A., Hoseburg, Oregon.
A U. Oralg. 11, 8th Kansas, Astcrla.
J. T. I'utrlguen, O, 13th Wisconsin,
i. V. Koesterllng, 0. II. D.. 1st 0.
Mi,.,'ol:i. Uukcr 1
I. .. I loyers, C, Kth Tenn, Heppnei'.
I. M. Hampton, K, Htfi 14th .Mil.
Cavalry, Monmouth. , - '
'. W. lintler, A, 7th Iowa, Portland!
J. I., frow, 11, 2f,th WiM. Vol. Hills
boro F. C. Needham, K, 3 M. S. M. Cav
I N. Urey, O, 28, I'enn. Inf., Port
land. J. M WalHon, Sr., K. 180 Ohio Vol.,
August Weyer, F 4! Mo. Inft., Ha-i
W. 11. liny, 1, 6 III. Cavalry. Forest
Daniel Kffron, E. 16 Kan. a-
Tueel, II, III. Inft,
'"iv cx . jet, ': f- ; . "' ""v
( ; i r : :r.. TV
U ( r JT
' -i i- i ? ; i w-ff ft,
' if'" -T
toman' v$fiu ' .
V" Td-bboded outdoor
4tru3 made from the Story
by Eune Wexkm Rhodes
1 ".'il i" i V A t -i '" V4 1 H v. M
t5 mllnl t Fife's rebuff when h"d
11 staked all h had on a Full-hou
and lha olhac uy had lour km. But
whan ha fat Job in a mln, ha bm
booilad poor old Fata to a atandtttll.
and won the heart of a firi who on"
triad lo lip htm. That a human HARRY
CAREY in "WEST IS WES T"-ha'a raatl
Saa this thriller, In which maiMtf lha
aconea weea taken 2000 fee blo-ha
aarlh in lha jroat Unllad Vardo copper
tnlnei in whlih lha antira papulation,
of Jerome, Artaona, acted a "aatrat."
"WEST IS WEST" ia the real atuff In
photodramaa and a peach of a lova
atory. NOW PLAYING.
COMEDY "SEVEN BALD PATES"
alt'Vj JVjrest Irove. .
V. fi. h'nuiidera, I, 4 Iowa Cavalry,
W. A. filddens, K, 1st
I). II. Van Kirk, D, 169, O. I
It. S. Payne. F, 18 Ohio, V.
. II. Webster, II, 12th III.
11 C. Hindi, K, 16th III. Inf., Hood
1. 13. Haii-ion, A, 18th O. 17 T.,
John W. Welch, E. 1st Oregon Inft.,
O. A. Hernia, O, 3rd Wis Cavalry,
F. W. Taylor, B, Uth Pa. Cav., Rose
burg. . .
S. M. Horton, T, I Venn liucktnils,
Portland. - . ,
Charles S. Haker, B and E, 1st Ver:
mont Cavalry, Poriiand.
John Catlln, A. 5 N. Y. Cavalry, 21
years regular cavalry. Albany, Oregoiv.
OtHirge Wilson, T, 119 111. Inft,
H. R. Neil, U 6 Mo. Cavalry, Pen.
illeton. ; ... . .
N. It .Hype, It. 1st Va. U A., Miitpn.
W. Medley, I), ZD Iowa, Yellnij
Wanh. . ,
H. K. Hall, Adt.. 183 Penn., Port
a B. Daywalt, B, 4 9 Ohio Inft.',
3. W. Shaver, D, 1 Iowa Cavl., Port.
A. W. Miller, A, J3 Ohio V. V. T
George H. Perkins, A, 49 Wis. Vol
unteer:!, Monmouth '
Charles Bickerson, A. 31 F. Inft,,
Duulel Clark, F, "6 Regt. Pa., Vols,,
former line commander, Portland.
. T. O. Harris, !, 77 Ills. Vols., Sa
lem, Oregon. - ;
John B. Knight, E, U Ind, Pendle
BALDNESS hUfd. filllnj
neb ineftt" wore
tn, Ktta, 0L lei
Mat full tol of
hOTALKO ft I iny
twtr druiftet't. Of
wnU 14 WAU. Hl
r itiopi, tot
PHOOr box M
KOTALKO CFFICC. BA-
v Children, 5c
THE LOST CITY
RUTH OF THE
THE KID PAL
POKTLAND, June 14. (U. P.) If,
as the officers are Inclined to believe,
Gardner 1 the man who hides in the
rocks near Castle Bock Butte, a battle
is imminent. They believe, should the
man be the notorious bandit, he
will, not surrender without ,a fight.
There In little reason to believe the
man is Gardner except through the
belief of a waitress nt a Cnstle Uock
restaurant who thought "the stranger
"with the gold teeth" a'tswered th'
-CASSTLE ItOCK, June 14. (. 1M
9-Tho posse was increased to . at
l:3u (his afternoon. Oardn is be
lieved hilling near the Hoc'..
' - " Al.TA TOTVArt '
' A cast of remarkable strength has
been assembled by Cecil B. DeMillo to
portray the exacting roles of "Forbid
den Fruit," his latest Paramount pic
ture which will be shown, at the Alta
The cast Is headed by a trio of play
em who appear for the first time un
der lho.le Mllle banner. They nre
Annmi Ayres, Forrest Stanley and Clar
ence Burton. Miss Ayres, known as
rne of the most lively women on the
ncreen'is credited with axtlng of high
merit, in this production.
Forrest Stanley is one of the most
Yen-rile of lending men. Clarence
Burton is a veteran of numerous Para
mount productions and Is recognlied
as a character man of rare ability. .
In the supporting company nre such
player as Kathlyn Williams, Theo
dore Himbiff, Theodore Huberts. Shan
non Day, Bertham Johnrf and Julia
I John Lane B. 1 Orelon Inn.. Pen
John H. Ross, F, yg O. Inft., Pendle
W. H. Bailey, O, 1 Michigan Inft.,
it. H. Longworthy, K, 2 Minn. V.
H. H. Lee, A, 80 111, Milton.
8. Paisley, K. 28 Wisconsin, Bank.
R, Waggoner, B, I Inft. T., Newport.
J. K. Davla, A, U Wis., Milton.
Wm. W, Olmstead. K, 21 I. Inft., Al
bany. K. Dow, B, 140 111., fihedd.
W. P, Small, D, 1 Ind. V. Inft, Al
bany - '
V. 8. Orout, K, a Mich Vo. Inft.,
C. B. Hntton, O, Jst Ore. Inft., Rose
burg. W, J . Beach, Hturgla Rifles, III.
Inf., Forest Grove.
A. Da Ixing, O, 23 Mioh., Inft., Port
land, Isaac Phillips A, 16 III., Inft., Dal
las. C. J. Lawson, C, 6 III., W. 8. B. ,
Q. T. Coffey, J, 27 Ind., Vol. Bcven-
Henry Morale, B, IS Mich.,- Inft.,
W. B. Barriesman, JJ, 2 Iowa Cavl.,
Capt. A. W. Cowman, M, 1 U. 8.
Levi Stewart, K, 49 111, Inf., Multno
W. W. Klrby- B, 22 Mo., Richland,
C. Hadley, H, 150 Ind., Iiayton.
A, Rood, H. 3 Wis., Inft., Heppner.
A. J. Hast man, B, 62 Wis., Clals
kanie. F. A. Coleman, T, 2 Mich., Inft.,
C. True, C. 82 Maine, Sherwood.
David Weaver, O, lf III. Greshnm.
(liddeon Stolz, B, 131 Ohio, Salem.
C. A. Lamar, C, 11 Ind. Cavuiry,
O. W. Carrel, D, 7 III,' Inft., Albany.
K. K. Dennison, K.-17 III,, Salem.
H. Jackaon, I, 17 Vermont, Portland.
C. A. Huston, A, S Iowa Inft., Salem.
Jacob Slauguter, O, 40 Iowa, J'urt-
l.'ind. , j , .
. Morgan, K, 73 111 Inft.. Portland.
W. H. II. Taylor. G, 12 I. Inft., D.
6f. Cavl., Portland
R. 1 Brlggs, I. Win. Inft. Salem.
Q. H. Cast ner, 12, Mich. Inft., Hood
A. (1. Ouynliigs, A SO N Y Gresh
8. p. Hufchlson, I, 1 29 III. V., Pen
dleton. M. V. Knight. 7 Maine Battery, Jo
seph J. C. Bower. K, 120 Ind. V. Inft.,
Monrod Fix, H, S3rd. Mich., Pendle
J. O. Barber, B, 10 Minn. Inft.,
, Jerry Cronin, 1, S Mo. Cavl., Pendle
ton. Charles B. Sutton, Q, 7 Oregon nft.
Vols., Koseburg, Ore.
Frank Drew, E, 7 Maine. Post Falls,
John ,Baldwln, O, 23 Mo., Forest
Grove, Ore. -'
C. Irrabee, I, 13 Ind., Salem.
8. F. Blythc, B. 22 Ohio, Hood
River. -; .
James O'Brien, A, 17 Reg. 111. Cav.,
Josiah Lehu, E. 18 Penn avl., Shedd.
a P. Hayward, B, 6, Mt. Inft., Glad
stone. ' '
C. A. Williams, I, 9 Vermont Inft,
A. P. Kempton, H, 2 Nebraska Cavl.,
Long Beach. Calif.
Henry ShSeard; I, 38 Wis, Inft., Mc
J. T. Butler, K, 49 WJa. inK, Glad
. A. J. Price, B, 30 111 Vol Inft, Areola.
E. A. Pointer,, 14 Mo. Vol. av.,
Portland, Ore. .
CJnfe O. Morey, G, 12 Mich. V. Inf.,
M. W'. Wood, Fa 188 X. T., Inf.,
J. Dunnels, D, 16 Maine Inf., Silver
ton. M. S. Whetstone, D, 25th Ohio Int.
I. F. Circle, r, K.2d. Ind. Inf., El
gene. C. M. Dnrity, K. 19 Maine Inf..
E. G. Grant, H, 14 2d N. T. Inf.,
J S Vaughn, E, 14th Towa Inf., Port
T. M. Kellogg, D, 1st Wis, Cav..
B. M. Eichler, D, 1st Minn. H. A.,
f Continued.from pase 1.)
good tea to make
, iced drink
Hilvilla is delicious
AT FORTUNE TELLERS
CLEVEIVXD; Juno 14. fA. P. )
Silverware, declared by Mrs. Eva
Catherine Kaber In have been stolen
the night her husband, Daniel F, Ka
ber, w-a muidered, is in the posses
sion of county Prosecutor .Stanton. It
vaa recovered last night from- the
home of a woman fortune ttller who
said it was placed there by Mrs. Ka
ber three days before Kaber was
stabbed to death two years ago by al-i
legeil hired assassins.
THE LURE OF ILVn
. Nothing can appeal mot; to the pros
pective bride than
A Gift of Silver
The soft light of sterling charms the
feminine heart and will gladdfn it through
the yeara to come. Each time the table is
set there ia a constant reminder of the hap
piest event in her life. Your gift of silver
will endure and be a constant reminder of
GIFTS THAT LAST
The Largest Diamond IX'ukrs In Eastern iirng-m
A good idea jar your bead
The materials are carefully
selected from the. best foreign
and domestic weaves.
See this new summer shape.
j4 (ie best dealers -
PayCash Receive Mor lay Lacss
Despain&Lee Cash Grocery
209 E. Court . ': Phone 880
We ask vou to follow our special prices on groceries.
We believe you are looking for a saving and we are able
to save you money every day and save you more money on
our specials. , , , . , . ...
ARMY BACON , , ,
We offer you Army Bacon at a very low price. , This
bacon is packed in 12 pound tins.
12 lb. can at 21c pound, or $2.50
Carnation Milk, 2. cans ...... 25c
Korden's Milk, 2 cans .'. - - ,
Armour Lard, 10 pounds net .....$2.00
M. J. B. or Hills Jted Can, per pound , 45c
Peanut Buttar, 5 lbs - - 50c
Royal White Soap; 20 bars - $1.00
Paimolive Soap, 12 bars 85c
Cream Oil Soap, 12 L . r ; , 95c
Citrus Powder, 3 packages .-. - -80c
SPECIAL ON NO 10. LARD '
No. 10 Lard, special price IX- : ...$1.50
No. 5 Lard, special price - 75c
No. 3 Lard, special price .- 40c
Our groceries are sold under a money back guarantee.
Despain & Lee Cash Grocery
209 E. Court - rnone taw
QUALITY PRINTING at Reasonable Prices--East
Oregonian Printing Department
PRODUCTION" ' i
jSy-ycanieMacphcison - Presented by esse L.LasKy
(X paramount Qicture
man had fallen in love with a woman he did not know. Nev
PTmnr Avis radiant creature was the drudging, unhappy wife
her Cwerella's heart had leaped to taste of joy and lux
or one night. And. when love answered love
.'tit 'is a dian?a that goes to the very bottom of marriage.
the coliy.8, richness and fashion that only De Mille
It; ai.li. , ,
,Theodorie Roberts .
, athlyn Williams
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l Jtt x haye i;Ji,
jr r orrest Maniey I'hii
Y-.''s yl Theodore Kosloff ' V ,
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COMEDY "THE GREEN EYED MONSTER"