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DAILY EAST OREOONTAN, PENDLETON, OREGON,
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THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 7, 1921.
BRITISH COLUMBIA, OASIS OF
WEST, IS SIIK1NE OF THIRSTY
THOUSANDS FROM UNITED STATES
EST AN BE
in every community. There must be ONE Great Store in which you can be absolutely
satisfied with your every purchase. That Greatest Store is The Peonies Warehouse.
, 4 BIG BARGAINS
From Pendleton's Popular Bargain Shop.
REAL CALF HIDE LEATHER BAGS
11 inches high, 16 inches long.
TOILET SOAP 19c
Woodbury's Facial, Cuticura, Resinol.
All you want.
; FINE ALUMINUM DISH PANS
Also one lot of big preserve kettles.
WELL MADE CORSETS $1.49
Values up to $6.50. .
Chic Styles to Welcome the New Outdoor
'- Easily foremost among the favored fabrics em
ployed in fashioning the new sport skirts are the
plaid and striped patterns in colors suggestive of the
glorious out-door season. Fashion authorities have
sanctioned them; designers have created chic models
from them; and the best dressed women may be seen
wearing them $9.75. to $35.00
32 in. Fine Zephyr Ginghams 29c ...
Fine quality Zephyr gingham, in plain colors, .
checks, plaids and nurse stripes; special value, our
price a yard . ...... 29c
Devonshire Cloth, a yard 34c
32 inches in width; a most popular and standard
,vash fabric for boys' blouses and girls' drcssos.
Special Value, our price, a yard 34c
32 in. Dress Ginghams, yard 23c
Dress ginghams 32 in. wide, good assortment of
the new spring plaids to choose from; Special Value ;
our price, a yard 2-k
36 in. Standard Percales a yard 24c
3G in. in width, a lavge assortment of i.'ght and
dark patterns, good quality for house dresses,
aprons, etc. Special Value; our price, a yari '. ... 24c
French Dress Ginghams, a yard 72c
32 in. in width, in plain coiors, checks uid hand
some plaids, beautiful quality; Special Value, oa;
price, a yard 7?c
Fine Shirting Madras, a yard 59c
32 inch shirting Madras, splendid, fine quality, in
handsome asorted striped pattern, tub proof, mer
cerized pongee finish; Special Value; our price, a
yard . 59c
Women's and Misses' Outing, Golf and
Khaki suits, made of besl gride material.;, in two
Coat and Breeches Self belted coat is 35 inches
long" has notched collar and patch pockets. The
breeches are full cut.
Coat and Skirt--Self belted coat in Norfolk .'rod
el and short flare skirt, sizes 16 to 44, price $11.50.
Separate coats and skirts $5.75 each.
L. i where rr pays to trade
Province Rejoices Over Busi
ness Boom; Fears Onrush of
Undesirable Hooch Sponges.
VANCOrVKR, B. C, July 7, This
oily mamls today ns a community
afraid nf a peril whose magnitude it
In accordance with popular vote, the
Province of ltiitlsh Columbia la bring
placed on the wet list ns bno of the
two provinces In Camilla whore liquor
may he wild legally for beverage purposes.
Vunooiivrr, directly across the line I
from Scuttle, Wash., and. with Its more
than 210.0(10 people, the larsvst city In I
the province, is on the hrink of some-1
thing that causes fnre'ioding In home.!
LustneBx establishment nnd club. V111 !
the wet rcxlrno make for the Incoming
of a horde of lindcsii-Ables from the
I t'nited slates and the irlidillo-western
Canadian provinces? Or, on the other
hnnd, will the souty rich flock here In
such droves that business will lie Riven
ft stimulus It has never known before?
These are the questions Vancouver Is
! Kvcn under prohibition the sale of
full-strength beer which van permit-!
: ted here attracted large crowdH of
j people from south nf the boundiiry.
: "m one Sunday this spring, when the
j Male of hard sin ft whs still in the fn-
j ti.re, more than J, lino tourist aulnmo-
biles, filled with visitors, cleared
j across the line from Washington
In addition, a hovy traffic was re
ported on the owl trains and night
boats from Seattle. It was one of the
.Sundays when more than the usual
crowd came to taste of the pleasure
of British Columbia scenery and beer.
But hooch, real hooch, what will
that do to Vancouver? ,
1 1 rnis city nus a roiir-miiiion-dollnr
j hotel, tho Hotel Vancouver, which Is
prevnded by a l.ondou-Hong Kong.
1 Paris-Xaples and New York ntnio.s
' Phoie. Big game hunters from the
! Congo rub shoulders 'With gentlemen
i who have come from visits to de Vu
I lera, or American millionaires, to ar-
rang for the shripment of supplies to
i the Sinn Fein forces in Ireland.
You can meet Tutted States Sena
tors from the Southern States and
j communists from the shores of lng
j land In Vancouver.
The fact that Vancouver is the
jumpiiiR-off place for tho Orient
brings a constant galaxy of wealth and
fashion to this city.
Vancouver's peril of fortune, which
ever it may be, provides the principal
subject of conversation as tho Govern
ment IJquor Control Board proceeds
with the opening of its growing chain
of liquor shops.
To buy liquor you must have a per
mit or license. A resident can buy a
permit Rood for one year for $5. A
non-resident can buy a permit for the
same sum, but It is only good for two
weeks. A man who wants a bottle bad
ly, but who Is without the necessary
for a permit, may buy an individual
permit good for only one purchase by
raving fifty cents.
These who abhor liquor but appre
ciate the merits of stout, ale and bucr,
can buy a special malt permit for 12
which entitles them to purclmto these
toods for one year.
Tho Government Is filling '.t.i sIccvcm
as raplt'.ly powdblo. Buyers have
boen sent to scour the markot of Ku
rope, and now brand and vintage
nrw dully making their appenrnnro. A
good quality of Scotch whiskey sells
for $4 toJ!St-ru. with other goods sold
at a proportionate rate.
When the complete stocks are on
hnnd there, will he vermouth, rare
wines from select vineyards in France
and Spain, liqueurs such as epicures'
love, brandies that have not seen mo
light of day for fifty years and the
myriad of drinks that a good host '.ail
concoct from such material.
Ttut v.ritlsh Columbia citizens are
"ot altogether satisfied with the prices.
Four dollars and fifty cents In too
much to charge for good Scotch, thej
clulm. and ns a result the private
liquor iinportlnit houses arc doing
good trade by cutting the Government
British Columbia's desirability to
those who hold that access to Ilquoi
nnd liberty go hand In hand is
strengthened as the result of the -recent
action of the Prairie provinces
and Ontario is striking out by referen
dum the right to Import liquors.
Canada finds that Americans gen
erally believe that all Canada Is wet.
This Is not a fact. Canada Is dry, with
the exception of Quebec, on the east
ern coast, and British Columbia, on
t he west ern coast .
I'ntil recently the other provinces'
allowed its citizens to Import liquor as I
lomr as the actual transaction took!
place withuut their boundaries. Hut
now there Is K Mir arid waste between
the east and the west.
How did British Columbia go wet
It went wet to the tune, of "Brltoi.s
Never Shall J'c Slaves!" sung lustily
at mass meetings by enthusiastic anti
For some unknown reason the mid
dle provinces, which are supposed to
l,e lost as British as Brlllsn t oiumiMa
failed to see wings uu -
when they took their recent vote they
I even prohibited the Importation of In-
toxirants and went bone dry.
The wets in British Columbia did
not ask for a wet region. Instead thev
conducted their campaign under the
bonding of "Moderation."
(Font to-oHonlan 8p'.'ii'l.)
M EACH AM, July 7. I'r. Tempi
and wife are up from Pendleton to
spent the utelc end ut the hotel. ,
II. F SlircekPisc spent, ruosduy In
IViulleton mi business. ' . , ,
I, .1- M inn 'nnd family ounie, up
l'fcm I'.'Pdlet'on to spend the lumiwr
inctilhs tit their homo west "of Mcuch-im-.
... ; i
II F Dcnu't! was a Lit Grande visit
or M nidi , '
Dale SlnsU r cilme up from Nolln
to li of. i ftei Ms fho.qi Intcroxt. Ho
shit pod n car load of lambs to tho
Puitbit.d 'Tiarkct. ' ,
Ed .with :"id 'Wife motorod to Pcn-
.lay 'lawrp und wife, Pick Jlilyard
nnd rtoy "H'ves motored from Kamela
to M;'!i?Mtm and Heni tnc evening
with Boy Ilcwes' family.
Mrs. Pick Hllyard of I .a (Irsndo.
spent the week end with her mother
Mrs. 1). W. Granger.
Mr" Jeff ttovns came up from
Portland to visit with her sister Mrs.
Tom Gurdane ind 'wlffi nd Vana
riurduno and wife motored to Mciich
am Sundnv and Bpcnl the day with old
Guy Xorden and wife, rtuby ts'or
den and "hn Walum motored to
Menehnin from Kameln.i ' i
Mr. and Mvh. Roscoc Brlckes wetit
to B iker Saturday to spend ' the
Fourth iilh relatives.
Mrs. George Green and children
came un from Athena to aptnd tho
summer months at their place west of
George HHJard and Mr. Toung of
Tetoenset spent Tuesday vlsltlnj old
Hniylbo Bros, shipped 20 cars of
sheep to the . Chicago marktts this
Mrs. I. V. Granger left for her
home In La Grande Monday.
lhile Slusher shliped 4 cars of mut
ton sheep to Portland Saturday even
ing. Hershal Bnult came up from Her
mlston and spent a couple of days
! here. ' ' '
There Is nothing In tho Whole list
of fresh-healing remedies that can ap-
While tho foes of promnuion wcr. ; ,,ro.lch tj,,uid Boroeono In the rapid
vim-! pip their somr about Britons und , ,, ,,,k it i..,i. ,,t n-mtnrfu
slavery the drys were conducting as
enthusiastic a campaign on tho other.
Staid educationalists and physicians
took the platform and solemnly en
unoimced that liquor was bad for the
lining of the stomach. It was also bod
Ity with which It heals cuts, wounds,
sores, burns or scalds. It is a mar
velous discovery. Price, 30c, 0e and
$1.20. Sold by The Pendleton trug
Co. i 1
A child can't get strong and robust
while, worms rat away Its strength
for the kidneys, they argued, and If a , al,d viltl!lty. A do.so or two of White's
man took his pay envelope Saturday
night and bought booze he was a foe
to society us well as his family.
"Britons Never Shall Be Slaves!"
was the refrain and retort that echoed
from the opposing camp, while the
drys argued about ulcohol nnd the in
testines. The .wets, or modorntlonlsK won.
They won by an overwhelming vote,
and British Columbia Is wet. Anybody
can Ixiy booze if he has a license.
Will it "make" British Columbia or
does It spell debauchery and ruin to
this oasis on the stinres of tho Pacific";
Cream Vermifuge puts the little one on
Its feet amin.' Price, 35c. Sold by Tho
Pendleton Drug Co.
A teaspoonful of llerblnn Will pro
duce a copious and purifying bowel
movement, Improve appetite, restoro
mental activity and fine feeling ot
vigor a ud cheerfulness.. Trice, S0c.
Sold by Tho Pendleton Drug Co.
dveillng caused ly Insect bites can
bo redured by using rtallnrd's Snow
l.lnintent. Tt coimtorsV'ts the polaon
and relieves thh? Irritation. Three
sixes. 30c. (tnc and t.29 per bottle,
fold by Tho TondloUm t)rug Co.
maging among- th ;aves and ihrubs ind look." said George.
;4t shaking the li''e :rs In case'
' the nvising object Were lodged in the The next day they returned avoiding
branches. The stranger began toionkltbe Inn where they heard the young
;oo nnd the beys noticed that he went stranger w:.i staying. When they
a mite distance orr to look. ; reached the spot on the mountain side
1 "He thinks it fell out while he ra' who hoi:lrf hp thr hut tho man
V getting I lunch time and the excitement had George. "He doesn't know we saw hiin-eif.
lark! George craned his neck given him an appottte. The Mrmer j nim come off the balloon. Do you' 'He's no-ri.'d sicK " whispered Ed
'P. but in the grove where theyjslared ?o hard and wild thai Gtoigejknow what I think?" .'"I'm beginning to believe your story -
tooa the evercreeoj were Mirda-eil mi from him .i-i. i. r.-j ii..n.t.. ., ' ... .
,. i i- i imi; ueiiinuuru r. u. ania me man, "uoing to
v oa,y gl'mpse of the i've had nothine to est since ves- ! think he's from l'id. A J 1 rv vour lnrk ,r.in"
"c terdav mnm hp h h ta-A in a ht'dlre nn .,t,l a.il,- f. .u-- Tl
r..ncnes ana leaves Desan To ran voice. "I beg you give
- -"u mem ana ueorge ana nis Drom- sandwich "
r Ed decided to move away. They - Here's one." snid Ed. nh:ng o:i
ramb ed up the stony bank of the!out of hl, poc(tet. -j hav. ,wo.
- ream which they had been exploring They sat muBch.n? in siIeRC?. A.
"d ra ,, ;)le wooia on the otherjiBj,, lhc ran?cr, wh0 had been giv-
- ie where the Milage w4s still new , ine lhe Doy, the keenest kjn(, of ,ook
" ftnt- Isaid:
Its a balloon:- cried Ed. pointing. ..rve ,0,t MmthiPg vsj.nble. It
vo.ca husky with excitement. mu.t htve dropped out of mv pocket
'-Ok:" I imhi.- rt-r,
'They're sending dowa a man!"
Pure enoufh! As the b?.Moon hov-
f-d over the trees a man was teen
V.'hat a reckle th!ng to do!" ex
'imed Ceorfe. "He'l! be ure to
' cut and scratched and : ke as not
ed. Le'.'s ga over :iicre. i!;.be
v ejuld help."
Tier crowed the brook aga'e n'!
'ered tie spruce grove on oilier
-Just as they ratticd it taty
" rri a cry sn.i the ko;-'-,n v.'
vf.i.'icDct. Thty followed 'he .--u"m.
V i'-i sarv a iamn a'jd.ni doAn c-c o'
; '"- trees. He was a ou,ig fellow
' feienteen or c r'etn ear o d
i 1 1 wnen le reac.e2 the ground be
"' " 'bJ his wrist 'd fei: or hm face
; 'f tisd ' ein ..-:. hu: nt n.i l.y.
' V eair t'j? ':o: vurc to que ;or
.-:m and draw ,-if..e. am M, n; hell
t.en back. C. n-f can" ju-;- j;
4own end polled Fd .'.-'-. ti
"There's f juu.:V.:-.r
tS'i" Geo je w Irs; e. V'd i.ctter
J'e inwfii'e tl.e itrirxre.- v .r.t i",
'e'ing of h!mrf, I'm a!! 'f u ;:! jit.
e dropped Oovr in hcs.i -.
irrouoi. Of cot:re. t'- bn hurr.e-:
Orwerd then. TJtfr found 'hat h
"d faiatvd, so T.L.Ie 1M l.as liy :
mined btm to set if he were hur
Giotge ran for wter. i;,1 fo'iad only
ttv scratches. The yorj man nun'
have bad a tesk heart. V,m hi
m to they had his collar off an!
His head don a.
"Tl) ce'" nere Ms first ward.
"It's jone! Tbu rase:" Thin he saw
'be boys and puiiud h.iuuif tcxeihvr.
fainied." sa d George. "You'ii
e all right.'
The atranger g-r -icd tid .'ooVed
Through a IU;i oueniej; t. i.ic
ie cou'd b '- he Walloon
"we p'-k M the sir. Tiien he loct-e-t'
ueplrlnusiv s( the beys and hit hi
Gor caliny pu..rd rut
latge meat Mndwlch from his pocket
climbed a tree,
help me find ii?
me that land float down
"Aw!" exclaimed Kd.
an imagination all right."
"Well, we won't say anything," said
George. "We'll JuM lay low and
K-l agreed to this. They searched
thoroughly but not a trace of the
irl -log case did tiiey find. "It must
be here. It must be here," the
you see. Could you I sirangr kept iying over and over
I'll give you a dollar 'as he searched feverishly.
: 7 KS?-4P2 frr
; ' xXiM'A- 'S
looked discoursged, but deter-
bet they're mined anij they left bim hunting In
the pine grove.
'Tou'vs got I "I know where It Is!" whispered
George to his brother. "It's down
there in the brook. I see It from
here. Look! By that big stone."
"Shall we get It and give it to him??
"No. we ll look at It first," Georgt
answered. "I'm not going to a.d and
So they went on rustling arounj the
leaves and hoping the stranger would
i go away. But it was plain that he
meant to stay right where he was.
He had brought his lunch alonp.
had the boys. They hung around nd
hung around and at last Ud took olT
hi shoes and stockings and while
(ieorge c!"erted the man's attention
he fished the case out of the water
and put it In his pocket. Shortly aft
tr that the boys said they must bs
going home and they wouldn't accept
ny pay for their services.
As xoon as they were well out of
s.ght and hearing they opened the
case. In it lay a wonderful pearl
necklace on a black velvet lining. It
must have been worth thousands of
Jo!Isira. The boys stared and stared.
"Now what'll we do wilh it7"
' Tell Dad all about It," Ed decided.
Two excited boya soon cornered
:lu Ir father In his lit tie country stora,
old him the hole story and snowed
liim the necklace. Tlioy went at once
o the sheriff.
"Well, your imagination was right
for oni'e, Ucuige," said Kd. aam,ring
v, as they k'fi Hie court houso laic
ne af;crnoon. "Hut who would have
1 hout;!tl I n it pl,.ia ordinary fuilotv
;:k? un .-hoi! I te a real
Toys And Useful PirncL.fr .s
ThrtR Boy Cm Mrke
5Y F-PtNK I.SOLHP-'
' rra - .. ..m-MM
i WfJOJ TURNING I A TH 'A. '
Tlicj 're s-ml hi
earh wlicilirr ou find it or not and so
ttia doiiar If you do find it."
Ti.is founued ratUer fi.ee so b:h
bo agreed to th bargain. How Itige
I mas the cae? W hat w as it like?
Ik, nn y n
"Vie il n.i e to go lioiiie." said
Gcorj;.; al "i no 'll be a I up in
lhe hi if e don't sito.v up for aupp r
and it's a tt'iud hour' wslk liom
"About thia sise," tile ou ft hichj.- 1 ne -;rrr d d noi uie ih-m to
ured with ilia hand. 11. ai k Iriihtc , -lav ne ihcm ihedo'iais w bid
Ht" ' PIOHII...I so. I uakid liieni aiiimi a
' A n tlimg liirlde?' Inquusd .;: ' , , o i,, id
"Vr ye-, ton ou ne'dn't tittnrr "i- ...'t t.cd i ' .l allt
ihr.'i: :r;;i i-i s':,;-!-! ' I; i (l, , ,..., .., n ... ,,. , j ) , , ,lM
jou bnd Hie u.e jou li Lui me lon- iiii t ihu or nould ha.e coaic i
ten's. , : acro It by this time.
OR the many readers who have
inked for plans for making
turning lathe I have prepared this
arucle. Only general dimensions
can be given, because tha parts re
quired for making the lathe will vary
considerable In each Case.
Tha drawing suggests fiva different
types of lathes that I have dlscoverea
in home work shops of boys that I
know. A homo made lathe will do
very good work If all tha parts are
adjusted o the machine will work
smoothly, but if not satisfactory work
Km uglier cannot be done.
'tid help -' !! huii and his gang and One boy .has a combination foot
a reward? Pinch me! I don't , power lathe and Jig saw such as
''! H'" r al vet!" j shown at B, but instead of furnishing
"forve on." i-sid Ccu:. "jet's ko the power by foot he has a small
o Hie mov.r.i and iomctb.a; BiurejuxsoUDe engine do the work for him.
'enl on a reel." I While the work he does Is no: Is-rge
THE JUNIOR COOK
IIM1I.. -I)t C
Ws-h snj I'i' k over, r moving from
in-, ore r at'Tn! nf turr.ints.
Mia 'ire one rootui of s'igr and
s si h l!-'- Iriiip. a llver
ik and dr. ii-it hr--k ib berries.
Cut uMr a tery io ni till tto
ao-djooa a huft bp., tot U tu lm?stt Tb beyi to.rUJi w, rujn-j .J'Wf:!J.ciiSeii4r'7 toawrrsw . Igcrtya thy heat and tl brisk!
;or eight minutes. N
Put In a coot place (111 Jellied.
atlli ho turns many small toys ud
Another boy purchased a small lathe
such as shown at D, while still an
other bought parte aa at E and made
his own bed of heavy oak pieces. Both
theso boys got second hand motors
taken from Burroughs Adding Ma
chines. One paid $6 for his motor
while the other paid J10. After be
ing equipped with large pulleys these
motors furnished, good power for do
ing light work. They turn lamps,
pedestals, spoons, rolling pins, etc.
The machines shown at A and C
were made by boys who were not
fortunate enough to be able to pur
chase either Uthe parts or motors.
They were determined lo have lathes.
however, and so mado .aeir turning
lathes from discarded sewing ma
chines. In each case tha head of the
machine was sawed oft with a hack
saw exposing the aliart The end of
the shaft was thn filed as the live
center to grip one e,id of tha wood.
S luari o-lttr was fit d FriiA, a
Mix with J tablespoonsful of cot- f ,ron tsi BUed , th,"ul
'age chee. or 1 tablespoonful ot blue!,tOPK
'abet cream ch'e. j - vaVnlne C to M he operated whlla In
Thk inakfn a delicious relish for hot 'a sitting position whlla A can orly be
rolls or bread or It may be used for worked whan standing. Tha drawing
sandwiches, Floe lor picnic sand- shows tha construction of A,
irtciiev . - - , . . a- i r -1 nfflalUMftr ttt f ml ;
regular short top of tha sowing m
chine la removed and Ions board
fastened In Its place. . . , ,'
Tha frame ot machlna A Is mad ot
two by fours while the top of tha bed.
and treadle are made of ! atouk.
The tall stock Is an Important part
and la detailed. While tha means of
forcing tho dead center against th
work is not as convenient at In tha
regular shop lathoa etlll tt-. can b '
made to hold tha work In (ood ahape. .
The tool rest Is shown on tha as
sembled drawing In tha lower right
hand corner, its construction Is aim- '
pie. The slot made down th center
of the top of the bed Is for the bolJj
that hold the tall stock and tool rest
In place. The tt strips ar to eulda
lhc tall slock. i ,
It will be noted that the ehlsela used
for wood Turning re. graufld differ
ently than ordinary chisel. Many (UN
fo.'tnt shaped chisels art required tor
nfaklng different cuts on a wood tarns
lng laihe. but Hie- gouge end akbsr
chisels are most essential, ttooki can
be obtained at ai.y pubilo Horary giv
lng all reti'ilred mformutlon on Wood
turning aitq also drawings of praotloa
exercises and models. It Is tumrtanad
that iMoks on treating thla subject be
studied by tho amateur before at
tempting to do work on turning
Uithfj, . i i ajiw isjt4jj
i, t- m- a a a pi ni