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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, t7EB!tES35AV S7SCTSQ, J3E? 20, 1021.
People Here and There
Carl rorhiKur ri-iurneil yciil.Tdii?
morning after tuindiiiK a few Uuyn In
M. U Burnt left by motor hint iiiKht
on'u Inisinoa trli to polritH in ttic eam
etii part of the state, t
will no to Slcachaiii T'luirmliiy where
they will Ktart urrpunitloiiH to load the
L. I.. I-Ieualleri, fanner of . Athena.
as,a v.nitor in l'einlleton today.
Htatn normal xehool and Mr. Itouch is
a Whitman college graduate.
G. . Itlie returned today after
bUHinesH visit in Portland.
.Mr. il.ul Mrs. .7. W.
am, worn here today,
a raliroiiil mail.
Snmicer of Ad
Mr. Sji ncer It
F. O, Lilian, Wt'Hlon teal entitle man,
returned to i'endlelou today from Dt
tlrundo where he has been on bu.sineMs.
1 I (iooi'KA A. I Vice, 8. D. f'otorson anil
From I'nmtilla county, whlili IiuhJ Valden, Milton men, were busi-
i) unuMUul wlieat crop, tonics Fn-d , n:HH vjHltorH ln i-endleton today.
V, l-'atcoiior of i'cnillcon on a IuihI-
nran irip. uivjuii jomom. Iliiri.lnir it rural whh Hie riiUHe of .1
fire alarm i;nal this mornliiK ut 8:10
o'clock. The blaze was near Timtin
and muff Htreet. There whh no pro
. K. Llndsey, eiutlorn representa
tive of the Hinder PcwIiik .Machine
Company, with headquarters in J 'on -dleton,
Ih a hunlni?HH i'isitor in La
Grande this week.
Carl t'oolcy returned thin morning
after a short vlKlt to l'lirlland. He
made the trip down with Mr. and Mr,
L. H. lieiilley in tlieir machine.
To Ret the tlilrd' tralnh'ad of lambs
beloiiKlnif to the Smvthe HruH. lnter
estH to be. dhippeil this season ready to
go to Chicago In (lie purpose of thel A rein I.. Oeiss of Milton aiid It. Jl.
visit of A. IC. Sniylho to ArllnKlon, HotiKh of J-'reewater have yiKimd con
vlio was lieie today. Air. Xmytlie Hiid tracts to teach the Nolln .school this
m Marion Pan K, lioiuk, nuupriiitofidiMit. year. Ml as OcIfr is a Bihduate of the
World's Greatest Gun
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ThlM i the middles! irun cvei . invented. Thmi:h 1' looks like a
Vrfr1 pianp. notnl American inventors und enifimeio, who mw
puK:;' ?it In the Wimlwnrlh townr. New Vork. call it J weapon that
will war "iiki terrible for natlonx to risk " The invention, in tha
term "f a (imall riveting pup (an shown here) drove three-Inch atrel aliifB
Jwwr-h a thrw-iiuarter Inch Kleel plate. ThuB in neuoiMitr.c t cun bo
nl a o vtveicr In huililln coiitruetion and tihlpbulldJrifr ndi nr
tlme its Klanl counterpart c.ieriK wiv. can hurl five-ton proietiiV-8 or
explosive (fan bombs from 2'i lo miles. It uhcs fimikeieta powder,
tr.nke no lumv ihtn the licit of a cai.h rS'otw. nd it'.varfg
"Kli! 'IW nh."
We Want Your
We pay the top price for Chickens.
If you hav e any Hens, Broilers or
Friers lo turn off, call 187 or come to
the Tahle Supply and get our price.
"THE TABLE SUPPLY
A suit entitled Mac Young vermis
Thomas YouiiK was filed ln circuit
court today. The papers were with
drawn after they had been filed..
Kecks Xoie Judgment.
A suit lo secure Judgment on a note
alleged to be past due has been filed
in circuit court by Jack Gerrcllc. in
which C, C. Moore Is made defend
ant. Judgment for 70 and attorney
fees ure nought. The plaintiff in rep
resented by Italey. Italey and Stel
wcr and 11. J. Warner.
Hetl'r Is IJwIif,
The mercury, which has been hover
Ins about the 0 mark for the past few
days, dropped today to 82, the lower
temperature being accompanied by a
cool breeze. The minimum last night
was 59 und the barometer, says Major
Lee Moorhouse, registers 29.63.
KstahtWies Association. '
L. Uaier, of Portland, is establish
ing a Merchants' Protective Associa
tion in Pendleton. The association ts
on the order of a detective bureau and
Mr. Uaier will have three or four as
sistants. He has had several years
experience as a detective. Headquar
ters for the .association will be decid
ed upon later.
Averuiri) Is 37 lluslicls.
Wheat grown on the lighter land
farmed by Thomas Thompson and his
son, Jim Thompson, on the Thompson
place southeast of Pendleton, Is aver
aging 37 bushel to the acre, says the
elder Mr, Thompson., Harvest began
on Monday and Mr. Thompson says
that other grain on his land will av
erage still higher. Mr. Thompson and
his son will harvest lOUu acres thif
Will Sell ltook.
"Let 'er Muck," Colonel Wellington
Furlong's official book of tho P.ound
I'p. will be sold in Portland by the J.
K. (Jill Co. and by Meier & Frank Co.,
according to an agreement made by
Colonel Furlong and the Portland
firms. Colonel Furlong, who is now in
Portland, was recently interviewed by
a reporter from The Spectator and
both book and author will bo featured
in a speeiul write-up in tho Portland
SI VST COXVIXCK DAWKS.
4! WASHINGTON, July 20. (I. N. S.)
; Chairman Lasker or the Lauteu
.States shipping board is unlikely to get
J300.00U,lHiu for the board he desires
unless he can convince Director of the
Itudget Dawes it is absolutely neces
sary. Lasker was made, to understand
I this when he conferred with Chairman
.Madden of the house appropriations
739 Main Street
CHAS. D. DESPAIN & CHAS. W. GOODYEAR
WILL SIUX HILL.
WASHINGTON, July 20. (U. P.)
Beer for medicinal purposes can be
stopped only by the quick action by
the senate on the anti-beer bill. In
ternal Revenue Commissioner Blair
announced he will sign regulations for
the sale of beer for medicinal purposes
before the end of the week unless he
Is given definite assurances by the sen
ate leaders of immediate action on the
Have you ever seen the latest Improved
. 'Till; STAMUItll OF STANDARDS"
C)ur prices are low and terms easy.
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Hotel St. (iiHirae
KKXATH PASSES SWKET HILL.
WASHINGTON, July 20. (U. P.)
The senate passed the Sweet bill con
solidating all government activities in
i behalf of the disabled world war vet-
erans under the direction of the treas-
ury department. The bill now goes to
i tho house.
WIIITNLY 111 XI) FOK 1XVI.ST1
C.ATIOX. KVKRKTT, Wash., July 20. (V.
P.) Charles A. Whitney, who shot
and killed Milton Rhodes, of Seattle.
following Rhodes shooting and
wounding Mrs. Whitney, Rhodes' di
vorced wife, is held in juf I pending a
thorough investigation of the deed.
Whitney Is not booked, as prosecut
ing Attorney Siger declared it to be a
case of justifiable homicide.
Despain&Lee Cash Grocery ' i!...r
OftnP i Phnno RSn f facta
209 E. Court
Let Us Convince You
This is the logical grocery to shop. Price, Quality
and Service considered. We give you the best gro
ceries in the market at the lowest possible prices
and aim to make our service ideal. We have done our
share to 'get. the business, and our cash prices are
getting it. If you are not dealing with us, give us
an t.pportnnily to show how we serve our customers.
NO PKOTI .ST IS MAD1', AS YET.
SAN I'RAN'CISI'O, July 20. l
I'ntll the investigation of the
surrounding the deportation of
Jananesev laborers from the Turlock
district is completed, ho can tako no
action, the Japanese consul unnounc
cd. The consulate so far has received
only tho published reports of the oc
curence. No Japanese has protested
directly. Hi Intimated that should a
formal protest be made the consulate
would lake tho matter up with the
Japanese embassy, ut Washington.
F0!?TUNE iN MOVIE WORLD TO BECOME
STAR IN HOME OF MAN SHE LOVES
LOS ANGKLKH. Calif.,
(I. N. S.) ft has been whispered
about among the more exclusive pf
Bouthem California realtors that
a bride "who Is giving up $100,000 an-
July 20. . i there. Then there'll probably -be a
flock of servants, and everything will
be of the puh-a-button sort, and,
presto the work is done."
And aain, someone may volunteer
nually Just to learn how to cook" is Ian unkind remark like this:
looking for a site for a fine new home,
The Los Ansreles correspondent o
the International News Service inves
tigated und verified tho report, with
the exception that he found the bride
Is giving up J10I 000 a year to become
what she terms "a plain, everyday
wife." It was also learned that she is
of a distinguished family which boasts
of two "movie" stars if the first mag
i'tude. that but recently she mirrlcd
a "movie'' comedian, and that she has-; stage
appeared in a number of successful
The bride, .Mrs. Natalie Talmadge
Keaton, sister of Norma and Con
stance Ta!made, tells, in the follow
ing article why she would rather be a
queen in a home," Instead of a
'queen in the films."
By, 1IHS. NATALIE TALMADGK
(Written for the Tntornatloiial News
I am co
"Oh, she'n probably going to wash a
few dishes and 'hold out' on some film
promoter to get a little pblicity!" .
Let me emphasize that if anyone
harbors such ideas a I have suggested
he, or she, is wwnj.
In Search of a Home.
I received not only one offer com
manding a salary of 104,'oOO a year,
but several. One of them reached the
"pleaxe Sinn here on the dotted line"
Hut when I made up by mind
to marry Buster Keaton I also made
up my mind that I wan to be the man
ager of our home, and a real manager
I will be.
At present I am looking over Los
Angeles and vicinity for a site for that
home, I prefer that it be on a high
hill. It 'will be big and roomy. There
will be a vegetable garden, a flower
garden, a bfidle-path for horseback
riding, and a swimming pool. For
years I have been building a "castle of
Ice Tea Straws
With the great increase of ice tea as a
summer beverage comes the demand for Ice
These are clever glass spoonsi with the
bowls in various bright colors and the
handles'as a glass straw which permits one
to sip the drink.
In Various Color
The Dozen, $1.40
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The Large Diamond Ueaura In Eatttta Ortgon-
ing to take up an experiment 'dreams," and this is to be my castle,
o 11(14 000 to determine1 1 will be Just an old-fashioned housc-
become a successful wife and plan to mane me rnran v-ui
in my .home the golden noura oi my
whether I. can
In other words I am turning down bfe. -
an offer of 2000 weekly in real, hon- I am studying tinea ana oi"
est-to-goodnes money, which would! of my husband. I have lea""?" tl,at
. tr T In fhrtino 18 lOllU Or SUCH tubman uiohw
movies," because I want to star" in
x kitchen role.
I think I know what some really in
telligent people will ury when they
I feel right now that something to
tills effect will be said:
Oh, very well! She'll be glad
enough to get back o 'fill-ums
when the novelty wears off. Let her
island over a hot range and wrestle
corned, beef and cabbage, pork chops,
corn bread and corn on the cob.
ILiddb; of tlM? "Movie" Strm-k.
I have not been so busy in films but
that I could devote a little time to do
mestic science. I could pursue It or.ly
at odd hours, yet I managed to learn
lo turn out what my relatives said was
fairly good cooking. 1 can do consid
erably more than fix a mens of corned
beef and cabbage for Buster. Rut If
with pots and pans like I have done ne prefers mai n ... ...
,"1 ,,.v vLrs and she'll likely It will be prepared in the best way I
change her mind. '
Or this, for example, may be said:
"It will be a cinch the way this lit
tle keaton woman will keep house.
Why the poor simp could bask in ease
half the lime with the conveniences
she will have. There 11 be a wnoie
fleet of automobile to dash here ard
It seems rather strange to me that I
have heard quite a few "movie" struck
girls sigh and yearn for a career on
the silver sheet And here I am sigh
ing and yearning for a tareer in a
hornedperhaps just the sort of a home
that some of these girls would forsake
for a career In motion picture.
But I am e"-"Ing for more than a
home. I am yearning for contentment.
And Just between you and I," dear
reader, t will tell you the underlying
auso of 'my decision. It ia:
Because I love my husband more
than anything else in the world. I
want to make him happy, so that he
can be successful. If be is successful,
hen I will be pleased. For this hap
piness will be my happiness.
J 1ST 1-IXMXG IT OUT
LITTLE ROCK, Ark., July 20. (I.
S. s.) "When a man marries his
troubles begin," observes H. C. Rawl
ings, who has come back to the State
Prison here to complete a five-year
term for bigamy, Hawlings escaped
from prison in 1912 and went to Lim
on, Colo., where he resided with his
second wife until apprehendwl.
NOW ISSUED IN ITALY
ROSI'E. Ju'y 20. Ieatles" days,
bread and macaroni restrictions and
sugar embargoes, which until now
have been ln force since the beginning
of the war, have finally been abolish
ed. Food cards are pow no longer
needed to procure the bare necessities
of life and gradually such luxuries as
pastry, cakes, ice cream and.' other
delicacies are being sold in their pre
war equality and amount.
Ferhap-J the most quickly nrrltten
hymn was "From Greenland's Icy
Mountains," which was composed by
Bishop Heber in a little more than flf.
teen minutes. ;
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SENATOK OIWI.C1S TO HAXKEItS
WASHINGTON, July 20. tU 1.)
Senator Watson of Georgia, intro
duced a resolution directing Jtresilet
Harding to fire members of the feder
al, reserve board and appoint men not
bankers lo tako their places.
t; TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
4' FOIl KENT 4 room house,
T ! for two families. Oco. W.
S Son. SIS Main St., Phone
Dcspain&Lee Cash Grocery
E. Court Phone 880
T 1'iiom house, north side,
f, room house, north side.
Daily riinch, 30 cows, full set ma
18 acres alfalfa land well Improved
Houses S1MH! and up sonic on cas
OKO. W. KLI'KU & SON'
V. S. USCO TRILAD
Here is the U. S. UscO
Tread, with a long-estb-lishtd
standard of service
among motorists who have
sn eye to value, as well a
to price.' While se:iir.s; fT
less than the other tires in tho
U. S. fabric line, the Usco
has earned a reputation for
quality und dependable econ
omy which is not exceedtd
by any tire in iu class.
are Good Tires
U. S. USCO TREAD
U. S. CHAIN TREAD
U.S. NOBBY TREAD
U. S. ROYAL CORD
U.S. RED & GREY TUBES
PEOPLE used to be se
cretly envious of the
young fellow who came
tearing up the street and
stopped his car with a jerk.
Now they are inclined to
criticise such abuse of tires.
A mark of the growing con
f ciousness about tires
their service, their work,
This same respect for a good
tire is the reason wh' the four
square tire dealer has passed up
odds and ends, "job lots", "sec
onds'", "cut prices" and come
out squarely with the standard
quality service of U. S. Tires.
He is getting a
bigger, and also bet
ter, tire business than
he ever had before.
He is dealing now
with his own kind
of people. The substantial cit
izen. The man who knows
that you can't get something
for nothing. The steady cus
tomer not the bargain hunter.
To the man who has not yet
learned the standard tire serv
ice he is entitled to we say
Go to the dealer in U. S. Tires
and make him show you.
Here is a man in close touch
with one of the 92 U.S. Factory
Branches a constant supply of
fresh, live U. S. Tires.
The U. S. Tire you buy is a tire
built for current demands. No
overproduction. No piling up of
stock. No loss of mileage by
hanging around on
the dealer's racks.
Every way you,
look at it, a par qual
ity tiro at a net
a mn in efcw tmich with Off
ofttn S3 U. S. FKtm Baaetm"
Water and Cottonwood
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