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People Here and There
DAILY EAST OBEGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY EVEmliQ, JUiStt iu, ivi. , , - -
l - E .-.. Sit .Sfif.! If . : ' I
W. II, Ilowluiul litis lieen eomlng to.i'uck to hlHtiimiB this ufiernnon by a.
pendlcton for 20 years, mid he expects! M'Hiiiinti officer who arrived here thlH
, to keep Up hltt visits for wune tlino.
s Ho is hre today. He represents a
lilrt making cumpuiiy of Man Frun
To study tho condition of I've mock
In Unintllhi ciiunty Im Iho purpose of
P.' A. Wicdcnmn who l here fr"ln
Hpokanc. lid represent the union
' stockyards thero, ,
I- Huuert HeCrury, of I Ornmle, Is
visiting with his grandmother, Mm.
HulUo MeCrary. of thtH city.
morning, . I'lercu wim arrested several ,
duyH since when ho stopped here.
The will of the lule F. W. Cllne has
lieon filed In the offloo of the county
elcrfc. According to tlio provisions of
the w ill, It In provided that the prop
erty of tlig deceused shall lie distrib
uted to hlii two sisters, Miiry A. Hut.
ton and Julia Conway, the former of
I'miitJIla mid tho latter of Hymeuse,
S. Y., and to hi brother, Georgo 1.
Cllne of tit. Paul, Minn.
liriinti-d Murrhigo MoetiM.
"A license to ed him been grunted
10 John HUer, farmer, uikI l'earl
Oliver, both of Milton. f
.lduo PhelpH Iti-turn. ,
;ju.lge ft. W. I'hclpa linn returned
rrom llejipner where he has been hold
hue the June ursslon of the Morrow
11. T. flrown, county clerk, has none
to Portland where he Joined Mm.
Drown. They will return to rendis.
ton next Wednesday.
Co Clear T tin.
An action huK been Instituted In cir
cuit court by Manclin O. Ucnnetl
iiiaJiiKt Lenta Shelby Tucker In whlcl
the plaintiff asks that tho defendant
be compelled to come Into court and
make known her claims to certain rca'
excite to whlch the plalntllf claliro
ownership. The suit also reitientK
that a court decree be Riven delerinln
Inir the tlthiot the property Itoland
OUcr It the plaintiff attorney.
Montana orfUrr ArrlwSi '
A. fierce . named at Kallapell.
Mont., on a .charge ef larceny by
bailee for Inking a ear. will be taken
Through- a unit filed In the circuit
court thin afternoon J. II. knight ol
thin city N sued for tJ6,oo on . the
grounds of bleach of promise by l.u-
cllu ChrlHtcpHcn. The complaint wiu
filed by I'etertNon, l)(thop& Clark' and
Kentor & Handull. The Toniplalnt al
leges among other things a promise ol
marriage on the part of the defend
ant and hill refusal to curry out that
tfc Inn'f iiwiii lim'to .'iiiiim mm I
about your crankcase
Road dust.carbon.fine metal particles and other
impurities accumulate in your crankcase oil frora
engine operation. . ' '
'fhe gritty oil circulates through your engine,
impairing its performance, and ultimately leads tt
rapid depreciation and repairs.
Automobile manufacturers recognize tjais dan
ger, and in their Instruction Books, carefully ad
vise regulardraining and flushing of the crankcase.
These important instructions, are often disre
garded; cleaning the crankcase is a job generally
To meet this need. Modern Crankcase Csaning
Service has been established bv first-class garages
and other dealers, co-operating vith the Stand,
ard Oil Company. These garages ami dealers use
Calol Flushing Oil, the scientific agent that
cleans out old oil, dirt, grit and other impurities,
and does not impair the lubricating efficiency of
fresh oil used. v
The cleaned crankcase is refilled with the prop,
er grade of Zerolene.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
th t'nc " v'r 'i,fiyinit
tK uftn rfiowi l'- mnn ,
giu lift." A ifrvkf promptly
f 'ntn at numiiul f'rtt.
"or hetter operation J
Qjand Itnigcr. engine life
All varieties at very low
price. Get your Cher
ries for canning now.
"THE TABLE SUPPLY
739 Ma n Street Pendleton
CHAS. D. DESPAIN & CHAS. W. GOODYEAR
FOUR CHILDREN DIE Dcrr 4
AS HOME IS BURNED fe f 1
I f S UJ l4r5frS I r Inlormally Bt an nfti-mmm tea h will um cninu.
vi.'vi.'ijvii iTi iTT i ia 'i 1 . ' ,. kOj . t ry tadytak- a reat del of priUe in h.r uWe . I
IN'. H.) Four clillilin were hiirn'cd t "If , . TNo--. u Jr XD M
T : l$?r , rgmrcStt m B..r..p,n,M,Uerlc.a.w.HMor America,, china. f
JiKyi;UVIU,W. I'u., June 18. (t.
N'. H.) Four chlMatn were burned t
death mid one woman Ik dying ax the
rernilt of a fire which destroyed the
home of John Hush, a miner. ' This
VIctliiiH urn Aiinu iieeckcr, 14 yearn of
iilte, John It (Mil, 4 yearn, Jordan Kuril,
'i yeuinund an infant. Mm. ItoHh, the
mother, leaped from tho aeconU ntflry
window, aufferlng Injurlcu which may
-ause her death.
' t.lTI..; MAKKI-.T KTi:.lV
rUTUAXU, June 16. (A. P.)
battle are hteady; hoga arc 25 cento
lower, jirlnm llltf, unchanged and
other urudvH lower; Bbeep ore wiaK.
ecuM are unncltlcd, butter Ih two ccnU
higher, cxtni cubes 31 cent.
I.OB AXtJEJJuS, Juno 16. A. P.)
Vernon evened uu the series with
.Salt liko jeKterday, winning 11 to 2.
Pltckor Shellcnback won hi own name
'n the second Inning- when he hit a
lomo run with two on baaes.
(Continued from page 1.)
iressed In yesterday afternoon'! meet
ng. Speakers decried the tendency
a make the day a time for holdliiK.
races, picnics and other atnietic
Newport won the honor of enter
alnlnfc' the veterans next. year. The
tjier city that kept In the running
watfOregon City, and on the finul vote
there were SO favoring Oregon City
tnd 40 who cast their vote for New
port, i ,
Appreciation of the himpitallty of
the treatment accorded them during
'.he Pncunipment ty Pendleton people
was Informally expressed by many of
ihe veterans who declared that they
had thoroughly enjoyed their visit to
ho Itound-Cp town.
(Continued from paga 1.)
" No slippers tonight ! "
R I've worn these Wurkshus since morning, and I
have had a hard day, too. But my feet are as com
fortable as I'd want them to be. Even if the Smiths
dropped in I wouldn't change. I got the Wurkshu
habit from son, and he got it at that camp he liked
so well last summer." i
" The Wurkshu habit is also a saving habit. More
people find it so every year. Hood Wurkshus 'are
famous for theirdurabilityand comfort. Heavy mail
bag duck tippers, grey tire-trcad soles. Hood patented
pneumatic heels you wajk on air. .
cAskanj dealer or mitt us.
Hood Rubber Products Co., Inc
Tie known for a long time that
many of our men were magnificent
Cars,'' he mild, "but V have never
known them before to admit It.
They are not generate liars, though,
ind by far tho great majority came
from Christian homes." 1
Launching Into the subject matter
The best "Bieaker' for boys'.
B-side an tn ordinary low
price foot covering for boyi,
next to going ban foot. You
can't beat them for price. Don't
tk for'Wakm." ask for Hood
Caaco Oxfonb are light, ey
and cool, sryluh in appearanca
and give excellent wear. Every
member of the family ahould
"give their feet treat" theM
hot afternoons and evening.
And lave money in the bargain.
vcv, n..i rft.rf n .hin.-i imttern for the briil
Iteinember that from her wedding day on she be-
comes the hostess." Whether entertaining at dinner
or Informally at an afternoon tea she will use china.
Every lady takes a great deal of pride in her table as
it does reflect to her guests the beauty of her home.
Our selection Is most complete featuring the best
Kuropean potteries as well as our American chinas
and porcelains. ,
IV COMPLETE &KTS
OK OWS STOCK
AT rOFlLAK PltlCRH
J i Inc. v-
) Ffendleton rj
: K Oxe.y - Ij
"--....y ' FOR CHINA ' J
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Pay Cash Receive wore j
209 E. Court Phone880
Eagle Brand Mills:
BRITISH GIVE SIMS
LONDON, June 16. (A. P.) Hear
Admiral Sims left today for South-
for memliers of his party move
about. The admiral waved his cap tc
a lai'Be group who despite the enrli
ness of the departure gathered to (rlv
him a rousing, send-off. Answering
the reporters' request for a' farewell
message, the admiral called attention
to the dispatches telling of the- re
action in the V'nited States against his
critics. He had nothing further to say
and "nothing to retract."
SKI JUMPERS OF MANY
COUNTRIES TO COMPETE
ON SNOW-CLAD HILLS
of his address, the speaker described lnmnton wlere he Is to board
he three purposes of the Q. A. II. nu mnl,- h rode in a
dncc Its orcanlavtlon one year after " . M burdened with fltorul testi-
the close of the war. To cultivate ,,.,- ,h, lhr M.Hri.t , room
... ' . I i . . , : t ' - .
till! promoie inticuini icmiiuiin uv-
tween the sunivors and their widows
and iflatives. was the first Ideal, he'
"With fraternal bodies, the ties are
formed In the lodge room and con
summated at the altar. With tho G.
V. B. these ties were formed on. the
march, in camp, on the reconnoiter
and bound in the blood of battle.
"Our average Is now more than "S
years, and (before long we will have
ncen laid to rest. 'Closed- will be
written on the book, and those who
have known. us will know us no
Charity and loyalty ore the two oth
er cardinal ideals of the organization,
the speaker said. Charity is express
eft not only in love, he said, but in tol
erance of the opinions, conduct and
judgment of others. Loyalty, besides
love of country, means devotion to
the United Stale whose organic life
Is incorporated in Its constitution. In
closing his address, after reviewing
the hiBtory of the turbulent period of
the war. Judge Burton said:
"It is very improbable that we shall
ever pitch our tcnta again with you
in Pendleton, but In going, we leave
to your safe keeping the grand re
public oftho United Stutea of Amer
ica.'' Lk'tinllcn Itoculls Kxpertr-necs. '
In his address. l)r. Licuulien dwelt
altogether on hia impressions and ex
periences as nn officer with the A.
K. F. The helllshness of modern
warfare as shown in the destruction
of artillery fire und Olfaction of gaa
whs described by the physlciun from
his own observation and- experience.
He told of a submarine attack on
shipa of the convoy tn which his unit
crossed to France, nnd the heavy
losses of his outfit ou its baptism of
fire wero given.
Explaining why Americans during a
part of the war refuged to take pris
oners, ho told of a' sham surrender
that was staged by a party of 75 Ger
mans. When a group of five Ameri
cans who were advancing to take
charge of the party came up In front
of them, the Germans cut loose with
hand grenades and killed the Ameri
cans. ' -
"From that time on, our outfit nev
er took prisonous," Dr. Llouallen said.
"It wns an Impossibility. The only
way a Gerniun evor got away with his
life If tiur boys got them was on an
order from the Intelligence section to
sn,ve one man as a source of Informa
Fred Stelwer, formerly a lieutenant
In the artillery, presided at the meet
ing. Two delightful solos were sung
by Mrs. It. A. Caldwell, und Mrs.
Uiretta Williams gave two readings.
Selections by the ftfe and drum corps
were enthusiastically received.
TACOMA, Wash.. June 16. (A. P.)
Ski Jumpers from the. United
States,- Canada. Norway and Sweden
will compete in the annual tourna
ment of the Northwest Ski club to be
held on the snow-covered slopes h.'gh
on Mount Itainicr. near here, July 3.
The tourney will be held at Alta
Vista, near Paradise valley in the
Knlnler National Park. Tho Jumping
ground is 5,657 feet above the - sea
level and is in the midst of ;reat banks
of snow, some of them hundreds of
feet in depth.
Hundreds of people a lie ml tho tour
nament each year, walking over the
snow from the Paradise Inn In Para
disc Valley. Many tourists are attract
ed by this winter sport being held in
The ski club is made up of residents
of the Pacific northwest who original
ly came from the Scandinavian coun-tt-ies
where skiing is a popular winter
! FOR SI
HOT BECOME REALITY
WASHINGTON, June 16. Herbert
W.' Walker, l". P. Staff Correspondent)
Ueer for the sick Is still far away
despite the government mach:nfer' or
ganized to make It a quick reality. Aa
unexpected row In the ranks of the
drys. which may block the legislation
to prohibit all beer, Is now the hope of
Tho study of Fcrmer Attorney Gen
eral Palmer's opinion that beer may
be prescribed as a medicftie, may de
lay selecting the internal revenue .pro
hibition commissioner may "tie assign
ed to reasons of the failure to issue
regulations making the Palmer ruling
effective. Both commissioners are
now appointed, but Roy Haynes, the
new prohibition . commissioner, is
"studying" beer regulations with an
eye to their revision. The new prohi
bition regulations will possibly be held
up even after the completion of the
Borden's Milk, Grr.r.3 ..
Carnation Milk, Ocans
209 E. Court
For Three Genontlona
Hav Made Chiid-B.rth
Easier By Uiing
Wlinra BOOKltT tut HOTntlMOOD !ntf WSI.Mlll
aMritL t(uiTon Co., om. p tit. . I
BELIEVED TO BE NEAR
CONSTANTINOPLE, June 16.
(A. P.) The opening of tho Greek
offensive asainst the Turkish nation
allsU In Asia Minor, is believed here
The British reserves are relieving
the Greek 11th division at Ismid, on
the sea of Marmora, and It is pro
ccedlng to the Ushak front, near the
Baft'ad railway northeast of Hmyrnn
Adopt 0H'it .Shop Plan.
ST. IXH'IS, June 16. UT. P.I
Fifty-eight ot the largest printing
houses here signed an agreement bind
ing them to operate under the open
shop plan for five years, it" was learn
ed today, y
The oldest veteran of tho World
War Is Jason C. Rogers, of In
dianapolis, lie's CO. The American
Legion couldn't find any one older
who hnd ncen it;iv orvi o ' lit
i . , j A V W I
QUALITY PRINTING at Reasonable Prices
East Oreonian Printing Department.
"Little Pals" give mighty fine serv-t
ice and for good reason. They are
made of all Itathcr. They don't
contain a whit of paper or composi
tion material. That means greatest
resistance against wear lasting
shapeliness. You'll find that "Lit
tle Pals" w ill give several months'
They've made their nay
by the way they're made
Pendleton's Leading Store.
"Built for Hard Use an J Abuse"
Thia sTreeping Tednetion of $140 is made by the WleT
Light Corporation by arbitrarily accepting a heavy lost,
believing that so drastic a reduction will result in in
creased sales, which will in time wipe out the loss to
them. ' I . -. s
Already farmer have repondedin largo Humbert know
ing that this offer will expire May 31st, unless tnfScient
orders are received to keep the LaHey factories going at
full gjieed which only can warrant a continuance) of
this low price of $485.
So yon should take advantage of this opportunity NOW
to get this highly refined Lalley light at a price actually
below pre-war level. In the New, Bigger, Better, Mow
Powerful Lalley you get: -TKg
Model H IaHry villi Us ample power capacity
TU Model H Lalley viih It yean' wparaUelei tveem
The Model H IjaUey, lh,6 most simple in construction
The Model E lalley thai it the most accessible
The Model H Lalley that in every respect "Does Men
and Does It Better"
The Model H Lalley lacked by ywr' ytwrttnf
Pont wait a dav longrer. The time is short' Come m and
nee the Lalley "in operation, or phone or write for fall
particulars. Learn how the Lalley will pay for itxli
BE SURE SEE THE LALLEY FIRST
Sturgis & Storic
WhIIu Malta and