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DAILY EAST OfcEGoNUN, PENDLETON, o&EQOB,
UP TO MINUTE METHODS OF FIGHTING
TUBERCULOSIS WILL BE SHOWN IN
OIL RULES WHEN
TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 14, 1021. 7
, ... inn m m i nil u u m i ii- " - i i . - n i IT
NEW YORK, Jum ! ITp.tn-the.
fnlnut mMhoi1 of teaching htntlth
prlnriplM lo children will 1 nhnwn
In the 17th unminl mretlnit of the N -.Ikinel
TuborruloNl Axe.iciHliun which
Will opert here tumnrrow. Every mat
In the union, end many pan of Can
ada, will te rvpreftented at the con
vention y men end women prominent
In the cnmpaign to Mnmp out tuner- u
Itisln. Marionette shown a cardboard the
ater, motion picture and paeeanta nre
en me of the novel achemea to be riI- ;
vaneed for tnrulratinK in the ininna of
children the value of strict ndhtrenoe
to health principles.
Ah a meana of teaching the proper
ue of food 'Tiny Tim'a Theater" will
"a introduced for the firat tin.e to tu
berculosis ami health workers. Ths
character who play the principal
prt In the little theater are MiMi-em
clover downing, "how how to teach
olnlilren the proper rules of heilih and
I'oytir exhibit, newspaper public
ity, tnovine picture achaniu and vari
ous other ways of teaching health
rrinviple will be subjects for diacua-.-I
hi ihf.uiphoiit the meeting.
Ir (lerald R. Webh, of Colorado
Pprinmt. president of the association,
will open the meeting tomorrow nft-
eiinn wkh his annual addre:s to the
I itH representatives who will nitond
Dr. Charles J. Hatfield. Itinr.attlni.'
director of the association, will report
upon the work of the orRam?i;ioii In
ji.ous parte of the counny during
the 1.-1 year.
T.mn rrow niRlit'a meeting of the
adxisoiy council w ill include a ,-ympo-srini
of federal provision for tubercu-
Hosls foLiner seldiera and sailora. The
n tne lime tneaier are MiMress ,
Mickey I'otato. Crybaby Onion , will be: Dr. Hnveii K
uffy Spinach. I"'" of ,'w or,i- medical advisi
The Modern Health Crusade, a sys-f M,,,! OI ""r maurnnc:
m of health teaching in the mihllc! "', fT" of ,nf 1 nl,ed
pui.i:c ncaim service; i el Vi . Iump
km. director of the federal board fr
vocational education, and Dr. David
I. yrnan. former president of the Xa
!i)itl Tuberculosis Association.
Tt is lllegul tor any person, firm,
company or corporation engaged In
business within the jurisdiction of the
Philippine Islands to keep books of
account In any language other than
tem or health teaching In the u
schools through which children are
taught to perform certain healtb
chores daily, will be demonstrated it
several of the sessions.
The history of the National Tuber
culosis Association will he preseiitei
before the convention, Thursday night
through the medium of a pageant en
titled "The Crusade of the Double
"Hnmpty-Dumpty," the rlowp em
ployed by the
i , , i g
association, will, lv English. .Spanish or a qntive dialect.
OLD KING COAL
LONDON', June U. K'ng Oil haa
suddenly come In for widespread pop.
ularlty here and King Coal's dicta
torship over the nrltlah Industry la a
thing of the past, according to expert
Kngliimia great coal aloppuge was
responsible for popularising fuel oil.
All over the country factories, rail
ways, power plants, hospitals, turned
to foreign-produced fuel oil the minute
Ibeir coal bins were emptied, when 1,
100,000 British miners refused to ac
oept drastic wage reductions and stop,
Kuel oil one of America's favorite
fuels but hitherto virtually unknown
in Fugland has come to stay, accord
ing to authoritative prediction.
liritlsh public services and Industry
will never again be wholly dependent
I ! acquainted with the simplicity of
Installing oil burners, the Hritish peo
ple were rather astounded to learn
that Immense power plants could, in
an emergency, be converted in a very
few days from coal to oil.
That's Just what happened. When
the coal pinch caused widespread cm
harassment, fuel oil firms were con
sulted and assured all Inquirers big
eUcks of fuel oil were being held in
the country and quick deliveries could
be made from abroad to replenish the
great tanks. ,
Large stocks of oil burning equip
ment were also at hand.
Vngland's general public was highly
grat'fied. Presence of fuel oil meant
continuation of great lighting plants
ann power plants providing Juice fo'r
Mrfet car systems.
CHICAGO, 'June' U. tit.
ifrs. Cora Orthweln became hysterical
In court when Troaeoutor ifeth accus
ed her of shooting her love?" In the
back. The defendant, charged with
murdering Herbert Zelgler, squirmed
under the bitter lleth arraignment,
muklng the opening argument for (ha
state. The woman's eyes ware blood
shot front crying,
WASH1NC.TON'. June 14. (I. X, g.)
President Harding and the cabinet
have agreed upon the necessity for the
statutory regrouping; of government
al activities to end. As far as practi
cable, each department will be made
up of agencies having substantially
the same major purpose. Further
than that the Identical and similar
services will be grouped together. The
president advised the Joint congres
sional committee on reorganisation In
hla letter to Walter Brown, the chair
man. The president urged that an Im
mediate legislation to this end be
urged on congress In order that ad
ministrative efficiency and economy in
government expenditure ootild be in
creased. The committee, endorsed
(hi president's plan in an executive
'Sfis 'Aiast Beautiful Car inImenca
Paige Makes a Clean Sweep
Breaks Every Official Stock Chassis Record
From 5 to 100 Miles at Uniontown Track
The Paige triumph is now complete.
.From 5 to 100 miles, all world's official speed
records for a stock chassis were captured by
the Paige "6-66" Daytona Model at the
Uniontown, Pa., track May 29th, 1921. ,
Following a world's stock chassis record
made January 21st, when the Paige "6-66"
Daytona model covered a measured mile in
35:01 seconds, the Uniontown performance
caps the climax to a long series of amazing
Paige, thus, has made a clean sweep and
stands today the unchallenged master of
power and speed the supreme and unique
pcamplc among automotive products for
heroic stamina and endurance.
When the mile record fell in January, Paige
determined to make the record complete.
With the officials of the A-A.A. racing board
in charge, the track at Uniontown, Pa., was
selected and Mulford driving a Daytona
"6-66" stock chassis was off to shatter rec
ords that had remained unassailable since
July 28th, 1917.
A Clean Sweep
The first five miles we-e covered at a terrific
pace, the electric timer recording 3 minutes,
15 :48 seconds, a speed of 91.8 miles an hour.
From there on the Paige came roaring over
the official's wire with clock-like regularity
that ate up the miles greedily. Twenty-five
thirty, fifty minutes went by and there was
no noticeable slackening of speed.
"Vhen the Paige thundred across the tape at
the did of the 100th mile the feat had been
In the most consistent performance' ever
recorded the records had fallen. The five,
ten, twenty, twenty-five, fifty, seventy-five,
100-mile and One-Hour records had been
beaten in every instance by a handsome
The official figures showed that Paige had
covered the full century in one hour, 6 min
utes and 53.26 seconds, or 89 miles, 1510
yards in 60 minutes which is just 250 yards
less than 90 miles. The former hour record
was 83 miles.
And now for a brief review of "6-66" history.
When a Paige "6-66" stock chassis made the
fastest official time of the season for the
Pike's Peak climb, some idea of its amazing
power and stamina was revealed under un
When on January 21st the Paige "6-66"
Daytona model traveled at a rate of 102.8
miles an hour, thus setting an official world's
steck chassis record for a mile, the fleetness
of the "6-66" was established.
When at 100 different points throughout the
country 100 new local hill climbing records
were made, the power of the Paige "6-66"
became a country-wide sensation.
Now with these new records from 5 to 100
miles, made without a stop, Faige has incon
testably established its supreme powers of
endurance, as weU as of speed. There could
be no feat that answered all questions of su
premacy with greater finality.
The lesson to the car owner is obvious. No
matter what price he may be willing to pay
he can find no car on the market today that
offers him more than the Paige "6-66." The
record is complete, and Paige stands as ths
undisputed leader of all American sporting
In Your Own Interest
Make This Test
We ask you to take just one demonstration
m a "6-66"' model and judge it from the
standpoints of power, speed, acceleration,
spring suspension and general motor effi
ciency. t , .
Get the facts actual lapsed time of the tests
arid make a record on the demonstration"
card furnished by our Dealer.
Then take a second demonstration in any
other car, at any price, and compare results.
That is all we ask and we make no pro
phecies whatever in regard to your ultimate
We merely want you to know the "6-66" in
action. We want you to compare it detail for '
detail performance for performance with
the finest and most expensive cart of the
Then, decide for yourself whether the "f-66"
is or is not the greatest dollar for dollar value
ever offered to the motoring public
PAIGE-DETROIT MOTOR CAR CO., DETROIT, MichJga
Manufacturer of Pssg Motor Car and Motor Truck
O. E. IIOLiJMAN AUTO CO.
Reduced Prices On All
On Tuesday, June 7th, the following list prices
for Paige Motor Cars became effective:
Glenbrook Five-Passenger Touring Car . .$1635
Ardmore Four-Passenger Sport Model . 1925
Lenox Roadster Two-Passenger- . .
Coupe Four-Passenger '.. . . .
Sedan Five-Passenger P. a v , . . .
' ' 666 Models
Lakewood Seven-Passenger Touring Car . 2875
Larchmont II. Four-Passengbr Sport Type , 2975
Seven-Passenger Sedan ; V ; .
' Limousine . . . . ."
Daytona Sporting Roadster
All prict f. o. i: Detroit, Michigan
The new schedule of prices represents a
second and final readjustment to the new
level of 1921 manufacturing costs. It merely
remains to state that, despite these reduc
tions, the well-known standards of Paige
quality will be rigidly maintained.
PAIGE-DETROIT MOTOR CAR CO, DETROIT, Michigu,
'' Mnufehmn of PH Motor Car awl Motor Truokt
0. E. I10LDMAN AUTO CO.
: ;. ' .Phone 4G ;
The Tartars Had
THE lowly and uncultured Tartars when books fell
into their possession ate them to acquire the know-
ledge contained therein. They doubtless suffered in
digestion. At least, they weren't overlooking any .bets.
There are mistakes both of commission and omission. Bet
ter, by far, to be satisfied that you have done your best and
endure indigestion, than overlook real opportunities and feel
the pangs of unavailing regret.
The advertisements you will find in this newspaper are
business mines of opportunity. They tell you of values you
might never know, if they were not there to guide you.
Do you readand digestthis advertising? Figuratively
speaking, some folks ''eat it up." They are the wise shop
persthe economical buyers the ones who are strictly up
to date on the opportunities for saving money or spending
it most judiciously. v
Read the advertisements. Read them to know what's -what
in the shopping district. Read them to save steps to
save money to save disappointments. Read them because
they place before your eyes a moving panorama of business
progress. Read them to keep yourself informed.
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