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DAILY EAST OSEGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 27, 1921.
DAILY EAST ORtfGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 27, 1921.
FOR BIG FIELD MEET
BY WAVE OF GAMBLING
. ; . n i.i 11 iiiiM.1 n'lTwuMtswuiwui msr hisii s. nm nir-r.
Let 'er Bud f
Lei 'er Buck
(R;'Kl orogonlan Special.)
1TKHMISTOX, Or., Amc. 27.- Plain
for the big field 1 u y at I lie experiment
Cation KepteniHer 10 arc making toi.J
pr-ogres. A pmcram that will ofl'T
lHslh amusement mid Instruciion is to !
be vffeied. nitsile Meukerw will l'e
"Waller Pierre cf lji Grande. C I-Hawlt-y,
d:i1ry and food oorninissii'niM ,
nnd 1'. M. Xrnmlt, chief In d.nry hits
tiandry at the ti'eg.in KxpcinmiU
Station. Seventy-five Inns who lu-lonji
to the boys' clul'-t will compete tor til
county learn to go to the state fair. :
There will he fumes ami races sr.iiero, '
in which the older people as weil as'
the young folk will be expected to
take part In. A thousand people at
tended the field days last year and a
lugger crowd is expected this l.mf.
Prospects for hotter alfalfa prices
lire wen hy the hay association in tile
offer of 180 tO't32 for hay on the At-;
Inntic seaboard. The freight from
here, via the canal is aV-out $17 so a
IjHc of from 1 1 3 to $15 here seems
Realizing the need of more dairying
around H -rmiston the commercial
club will make this subject a special
order of business t its weekly meet
ing next Tuesday. The club meets
every Tuesday noon at one of the ho
tels, has dinner and discusses local
problems. Next Tuesday it will be
tliarying and a rood many farmers are
expected to attend. Thert is a gen
eral feeling here that the alfalfa sec
tion must ret back to dairying. Means
of financing the buying of cows and
Jiiea.ni of establishing a cheese factory
and creamery will be discussed.
One of the most delightful enter
tainments of the summer was enjoyed
by the members of the Baptist ladies
Hid and their husbands at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Callahan Wednes
day evening. Thirty-six were present.
All met at the home of Dr. and Mrs,
W. W". IHsley and drove out. The
home W4s beautifully decorated. Aft
er dinner games and srsessins contests
were enjoyed by the guests.
Miss Lela Addleman had the misfor
tuae to fall from a horse Sunday,
fcreaking her rhoulder blade. She is
reported getting along fine now.
E. P. Podd and J. F. Mc.Vaujht
were Pendleton visitors Thursday.
The local I. O. O. F. has houx-ht a
new piano for the lodge room.
C. M. Henderson vho recently
bought the interest of Pat Mooney in
the city meat market has just bought
the George MiTthay residence property
Gordon Shot well of the Phot well
Construction Co., left Wednesday on a
trip to Ontario and Vale where he will
estimate on some work.
Mrs. R. V. Ashmun has been called
to Snoqualmie. Wash., on account of
the serious illness of her mother there.
Rev. F. R- Jackson. Methodist pas
tor here, expects to leave for Spokane
for annual conference Tuesday.
Lv A. Hunt of the . Oreson Hay
Growers made a trip to Pendleton
Monday and to Keppner Tuesday.
An imonant real estate deal was
put through this week when Burt Na
tion of Butter Creek and Harvey
Paine who lives ne?r town traded
farms. The consideration was not giv
N"ew side walk and curbing is being
put in on both the street sides of the
project office here.
Xo word has arrived here from Sec
retary Fall as to his visiting the Uma
tilla project and indications are that
he will not come.
PROHiBfTION FAILS TO
CHICAGO, Aug. 27 (I. X. S.I
Prohilrition may have kept father
away from the mahogany bar. tin
brass rail and the sawdust floor, but.
it has not resulted in any appreciable
improvement in his domestic relations.
Mr. Volstead, with his pet legisla
tion, has not had the effect of de
creasing the number of divorce cases
in Chicago, according to Judse Joseph
fjabath, of the Cook County Superior
Judge Sabath reported disposing of
2.000 cases in the last ten months. He
then laid dow n a series of admonitions
to wives, husbands and sweethearts.
Every man should see that his wife
has plenty of entertainment. Take
her to the movies, on auto rides and
to the theatres as often as ou can af
ford. Go swimming with her if she
A husband should confide his busi
ness affairs to his wife and she should
take an interest in the m.
Know each other well before mar
riage. Realize the resiKinsibility of th
marriage relation; lear and fort-ear.
Move nway from each other's fami
lies; don't live with them.
Judge Kabath advocates the publish
In, thirty days before a license is is
ued, of the names of those desiring
In the cases disposed of before
Judge Sabath l."6 were filed by
women andxS4 by men.
HOY ATTM'KKI HV It AT
MARTINS FKI'.KY. ., Aug.
'il. X, F. While dressing for hool,
Michael Festich, aged eight, was at
tacked by a large rat. The boy fought
4ack, using his shoes as weapons, tjjt
lie was severely bitten before his par
ents rescued him. He was taken to a
hospital for treatment.
THlTKrTS SU.T IXMl AM,
WASH! NUT' . Aug. 27. (I. X. S )
The I'nited Rtstes produced suffi-!
dent salt in IS J" to allow 130 pounds
for every person in the country, no.
cording to figures Just made public
ty the fieologtcnl Survey here. Ac
tually. It Is waled, (he average pcrsnn
consumes only a few pounds early for!
nessoiilnjc, the remainder of this vast :
allowance being ue! for packing;
niesl. curing fish, tanning, dairying.;
refrigerating and for chemical pur-j
CUsmii im s ii-n iii i it ii wit 'Mi t mt 't iili j a
SAY "GO TO IT"
tt-. i a. i l
lit iliUC I1C UlJgfM SlOCis. K
wo have ever carried at one 3
time; the store is loaded
from back to front. We
must turn all of these goods
into cash. It is up to you,
Callahan; make prices, do as
you like; go through every
department and cut the
price as you want to cut
them, anck with the above
statement in view let me tell
you, we are going to have a
Don't spend another cent
anj-where for anything un
til we open ! Wait for it !
Now is the time for you to
buy just' what you want and
buy it cheaper than you may
be able to buy it for a long
time. All goods marked in
plain figures and we only
quote you a few prices to
show what a wonderful sale
this really is. This is posi
tively a bargain -battle
without counterpart or pa
rallel; a whirlwind selling
sensation; a gigantic un
loading of merchandise; a
positive money saving op
portunity. YOU NEVER HAVE
SEEN SUCH A SALE
You have read of sales,
you have seen them, you
have heard of sales, but
never since the day you
were born have you seen
such a stupendous and
mighty, matchless merchan
dise movement. Think of it,
a big stock of good, clean
merchandise offered on sale
at a' big reduction, right in
the heart of the season
when other merchants are
making profits on every
thing. Are yqu coming?
Yes, indeed you are! -Everybody
5,000 circulars are being
scattered broadcast into the
homes of the people for
many miles around. Pest
ers and signs are being tack
ed up all over the country.
Several telephone, girls are
busy giving out the news
over the wire, house to
house canvass is being made,
several automobiles are
touring the country, and the
greatest effort ever put
forth by this store to make
this the greatest selling sen
sation of the season a real,
wonderful bargain sale.
.- ( "l!'n 1 ' ' 103 EAST COUlvTSTIiEET . " i M U , !-,.;.' I ''K i... 1 I II
I PENDLETON, ' OREGON " :
I , S ''yJ '. ASSISTED HY TT1E t ' I' t f j
AFTER SPEM)i?;G SIX MONTHS IK THE CITIES UP AND DOWN
THE COAST. WHERE I HAVE HELD OVER (WITH MY ASSISTANTS)
ONE HUNDRED SALES, I, WHILE ENUOUTE II 0 M E S T 0 P OVER
IN THIS MOST WONDERFUL LITTLE CITY TO SEE
MR. CRAWFORD AND COX. AFTER LOOKING OVER THEIR HIGH
GRADE STOCK OF FURNITURE, HUGS, D R A P E R I E S, STOVES,
RANGES. TALKING MACHINES. DINING ROOM SUITES, BED ROOM
SUITES, KITCHEN CABINETS. FLOOR LAMPS, IN FACT, EVERYTHING
TO BE FOUND IN A HIGH GRADE FURNITURE STORE, I ENTERED IN
TO CONTR ACT TO SELL FOR THE l FOR CASH NO LESS THAN $20,
000 WORTH OF THEIR STOCK. A SELL IT I WILL, AT A PRICE
TIT AT WILL KILL, YES, COMPLETELY ANNIHILATE COMPETITION
NEXT MONDAY MORNING AT 9:30 ( WANT TO SEE EVERY MAN, WO
MAN AND CHILD IN THIS COUNTYCOME TO OUR OPENING. I PROM
ISE YOU SEVERAL SURPRISES AND I NEVER BREAK A PROMISE,
AND IF YOU ARE NOT ON HAND TO SEE THE FUN AND GET YOUR
SHARE OF THE UNHEARD OF BARGAINS YOU WILL REGRET IT
FOR 20 YE ARS. NOW LISTEN! DID YOU EVER SEE A MAN THROW
AWAY MONEY? IN ORDER TO GET YOU TO COME TO OUR STORE
AND MEET OUR NEW PARTNERS, NT) SEE FOR YOURSELF THE BIG
AROATNS WE TTAVS TO OFFER YTOU, I WILL PROMPTLY AT 9:30
THROW AWAY ABSOLUTELY FREE WITHOUT ANY STRINGS TIED
$500 In Gasli and Merchandise
NOW COME EARLY, GET A GOOD PLACE IN FRONT OF THE STORE
AND GET YOUR SHARE. YOUR FRIEND CALLAHAN.
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MY" GOOD FRIENDS
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J. T. CALLAHAN,
America's Greatest Sales and Publicity
it H, .
of New York. . '
Expert Here' in Terson. Ieet Him.
t Hi I
REMEMBER, THIS ENTIRE STOCK OF HIGH CLASS GOODS GOES
ON SALE WITH OUT RESTRICTION; NOT A SINGLE A RTICLE WILL
BE HELD BACK. THIS IS NOT AN ORDINARY OUT OF SEASON SALE
01! SOMETHING JUST TO OFFER EXCITEMENT. ,
HAVING JUST INCORPORATED, WE HAVE MORE CAPITAL. WE EX
PECT TO ADD TO OUR STOCK FROM DAY TO DAY UNTIL WE ILVVE A
STOCK OF HIGH GRADE FURNITURE RIGHT HERE IN PENDLETON
THAT WOULD RE -A CREDIT TO ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC COAST.
WE HAVE RIGHT NOW ONE OF THE-MOST COMPLETE STOCKS OF
HIGH GRADE NEW AND MODERN FURNITURE TO BE FOUND ANY
WHERE IN OREGON, AND IF WE SELL ANY" STYLE OUT ENTIRELY,
A NEW ONE WILL BE IN STOCK IN A VERY FEW HOURS.
COME IN LOOK
For many years they have
dealt with the buying pub
lic oi this county in a
like manner, and 'not now,
or at any other time, do they
expect to make any effort
to mislead. This sale is with
a reason and purpose, back
ed up with the best mer6h-.
andise that money will buy,
and the firm is determined
to make this the biggest sale
ever held in this city. :
'One big crowd of people
in adjoining counties are
thinking of chartering a car,
to town opening day.
Over 20 automobiles load
ed with women and children
are coming from one dis
OF THIS SALE
We can't expect to handle ,
the crowds in one or two -days.
We can't sell all the
goods we want to in one or
two days,; so we have decid
ed to continue this sale sev
eral days. We are jnarking
all goods, in plain figures;
everything will be tagged,
and every nook and corner
of this building will carry a
big display "and we have
spent this entire week and
even closed up two days so
as to get the stock in perfect
shape from a display stand
point, so we can make' your
shopping f' quick and pleas
ant. Please bear in mind :
the sale is for several days.
If you don't find what you
want one day come, right
back the next day; some
thing new will happen every
Some one stopped at ' the
store yesterday and wanted
to trade his Ford for some
of the articles he Vead
about.'"' ; - "n'-v-
There has never beeri. such
keen interest manifested in
a sale. This firm has held
many sales in the past years,
always living up to the ad
vertising, but in preparations
of this sale people' seem tof
realize that it's going to be
bigger than any sale they
have ever seen in this -city
and these same people ; will
not be disappointed when
they come, f,or it will be a
great sale, a real sale that
will daffle, dazzle and de
light you. A pleasant, sweet
surprise, a magnificent ar
rangement, a genuine stem
winding, marvelous money
saving opportunity, match
less in words, and unequaled
in real value giving.
A lady called up this min
ute and said: "Please save
the three rugs and that
set of dining room chairs I
w as looking at last week."
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IIKBUV, An. 27. (i X. fc.U-th
orxy if speculatktrt rPiifcsrnllntf OpC
many's cvf r-lncrpaslnn prosperity has
caused the Herlln Htoclt Kxthnntt to
he closed for two days in every week.
Banks, brokers nnd jobbers rs
swamped with thousands of orders,
and clients are stampeding, to (inrtlrl
lte In the great boom In Industrlol
shares. Hundreds of extra clerks nr
being engaged, working far into tha
night to cope with the overwhelming
I (rush of buyins; and selling; orders. '
Although entry Into the stoek ex
change costs several hundred pounds,
membership has Increased since the
armistice by over 1,500, more than 80
l er cent of the pre-war total. Mush
room paper-mark millionaires s.re
springing up overnight and the scenes
inside the exchange are like the mad
i swirl of the Chicago whent pit when
-i'hulls" and "bears" are engaged In
! a grim financial battle. The pilbllo
i gallery has recently been closed for
1 fear of the effect which the scenes will
have on the public mind. r
i , .'
I Kixfitlation Increased
i ."peculation In Germany has In
j creased to a dangerous pitch, partly
because of more paper currency and
i partly because the big industrial com-
bines are enormously Increasing their
i capital in order to extend operations.
' Millions of millions of marks worth of
new Ordinary and Debenture shore
I are Issued every day, and industries
I which issue them represent certain
! "gold" value independent of the paper
! mark. Any change in the value of
! the paper mark Influences the value of
j the shares. The recent depreciation '
of the mark is therefore responsible
to some extent for the widespread
gambling on exchange.
Formerly the market for German
shares were chiefly confined to Ger
man speculations, but foreign capital
ist ar attempting again to control
several important enterprises. This
has led to fantastic movements Irt' In
dustrial shares. The reconstruction on
Xorthern France which the Gertnnn
Government is forced to carry out Is
responsible for extraordinary activity
in iron and steel machinery and build
ing shares.' , . .. : , i ?
Room Is Forscon ' t :i
Apart from that, Germany is about
to enter a period of great industrial
"boom." Leading brokers report in
crease in dealings from I to 1,000 per .
cent. Fresh evidence of the activity of
the German shipping industry isr ac
cumulating, v The Hamburg-American
L':tie is making a great bid far
American traffic and is shortly putting
in commission the 12,000-ton Bayern,
built at firemen in the Vulcan works,
and in the early Autum a third ship,
the Wurteraburg. 12,000 tons. All
three will.be used on the Hamhorg
Xew York Service. For the first time
since the war the Hamburg:-American
Line is issuing a bailey time-table con
taining the sailings of Its own and
subsidiary lines. J
The German potash industry reports'
unprecedented activity,- though the
price has recently increased. The Kah
Syndicate orders in one day were ovar
G0.000 pounds. ' ' "
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. By CLYDE, A. BEALS,
' (t'n.'ted Press Staff Correspondent.)
LONDON", Aug. 27. The most lib
eral publicity, but not full of verba
tim reports,! is the recommendation
: made for the forthcoming Washing
ton conference by Lord HIddell, vice
) president of the Newspaper . Proprie
tors' Association of Great Britain and
one of the best known English Jour
nalists, in an interview with the Unit
Lord Riddell was the British offi
cial press agent at the Paris Peace
t conference and since then he has giv
en out to both British and American
correspondents whose confidence he
enjoys, the news of Virtually every in
ternational conference in which Eng
land has been engaged.
Ibe. most beneficial way in which
the novs of the disarmament confer
ence could be made public. Lord Rid
dell believes. Is through three chan
nels! ; . ' . I
First, thfre should be an official
. communique covering the bare details
i'if eah sitting; - -.... i-l-
Second, ttie delegates of each nation
,at tut conference Should communicate
a verbal summary of the proceedings
to nn accredited representative of tha
pxiss of that country, who, In his tufa,
would cummunicute such information
'to ie correspondents;
, Third, when circumstances permit,-
ithee Khvnild be either a verabtim re
pel t of the proceedings or a full oi-
j "I nm. strongly in favor of public
ity," Lord Riddell told the L'hited
(Press. "But I have been a business
man. and know, how business agree
imts ar arrived at. I know that they
'are not arrived at by long speeches,
hut by brief questions and answers
made in a free and friendly atmos
phere. "The negotiations may find they do
.not agree, and perhaps one will say.
'My people are anxious to get this
(thing settled.' And the other will suy,
So are mine. 1 wonder if we can't
find some way out.' 'Well,' the first
i will say, 'suppose we try thi way.'
1 The other may suggest something else.
.That is the method of finding a com
! "If each one knows, on the other
hand that every move and every
i chance wort is being reported, he will
bo shackled and prevented from doing
his best. It Is hy Informal talks that
you arrive at agreement.
1 "One must guard against these
-mwllnys developing Into debating Mi
cieties. It must he remembered mat
after all the delegates are human
nnd hut International nueMlMn.-i ara
settled .cry much like businei ties-
'tintis. They will go out for hmorKsl
sicll-bind.ers. You don't settlo Jlffl.
, cult question" by id1I otndtna