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iDAlLY EAST 0REG6NIAN, PENDLETON, OEEGON, MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 12, 1921.
if- People Here and There j
' J. W. Thompson of CokeHville, Wyo., Mr. Cressy III. '-, w '
a Hheep buyer, In here on bualnts.- , G. T. Crcssy of the Economy Drug
1 jHtoro, loft yesterday for I'ortland
P, H- Swayzee, a member of tho -where he will remain for time In tfto
llormiHton school board, was a visitor
In Pendloton today. i
Buying sheep in the business of,V. C.
Porter. Osdcn Man, who-waa In Pen
dleton Saturday en route to Elltnu
'burg, Wash Hq will look nt a llund
consisting of several thouHund head of
lkinvbloullct ewes on his trip; - ;
hojie of recovering his health. Wal
ter Johnson 1 taking Mr. Crossy's
place ut thb local Btore.
Officials In t it).
K. I'. Cecil, forest examiner and C.
M. Allen, telephone engineer, of the
'ortlund Forestry Office, art here to
day en route home after a visit to Ba
ker. They conferred this morning
,with J. C. KuhiiH, Umatilla forest bu
under way and will probably bo finish
ed by Thursday nltfht. The sides and
ends are of baled hay and the top of
canvas, tho dimensions being 20 by
70 feet. Sixteen thousand square feci
of canvas will bo used. Close to 600
'exhibits will bo shown. N'lne entries
arrived flora the Gallatin Valley, Mon
tana, today. .Twenty-five are expected
from. Morrow county. n .
lire Kcuhhii Almost Over
The 1921 fire sensonia practically
over, says It. A. l'otteher, deputy for
cat supervisor. The heavy frosts will
prevent future fires this year, v Mr.
liottcher thinks. There is now six
Inches of snow at Toll
tclng unusually early this year.
ant Ikxxitor lnjr Visitors.
An Invitation to.Fend!ctonlans to at
' tend the state fair at Hulem on Tues
day, September'' 2.7, has btien received
at the office of the l'cndleton Com
mercial Association from the Salem
Cherrlans. A special program is be
ing prepared for visitors. Btunts will
, be performed for prize, a big dinner
and a donee nro to be given, and there
are other attractions on the program.
Jay Walker Is Unit.
Tho penally of juy walking was paid
by Dan Maxwell, middle aged local
laborer today at the Intersection of
Alta and Main streets when the man
was knocked . unconscious by a Ford
driven by Hernard I'otta, tourist, of
Waterville, Washington,' I'ottx, com-
.u t ,i l"ff down iluin street and turning to
Oat, tne kui.Iw. j.., ,,,,,,,
well, who was crossing from Tall,
man's Drug store to the American Na
tional Hank corner. Witnesses say the
accident was unavoidable Maxwell
was taken to the hospital by I.loyd
Meltao, who was standing nearby. The
man recovered after a few moments
und beyond a few bruits and bumps,
The structure which will house tlie
Northwest Grain and Hay Show to bo
hld hero September 18 to 24, is now
V KM Pf iOYM KMT RIOTS START
MVERPOOL, Sept. 12. (I. N. H.)
Violent unemployment riots broke
out here today. Tlie police charged
tho rioters repeatedly before order
was restored.. About 100 arrests wore
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her sister, Mrs. Opal Hartley near
Tlie Minnehaha nrtiaol opened Mon-
dayy, Kept. 5, with Miss Jjorothy Ross
Islon in charge. There are
The Wcstland school will begin Its
year's work on Monday Wept. 12, with
Mr. and Mrs. I'.ixby in charge.
(East Oregonion 'Special) I Clarence lierry is driving the high
MiNNKHAllA -WKHTJ.ANI), Sept. ehool bus until the regular jitney
12.- Mr. Mudge. operator at tho Hin-j drivers are hired. t
kle Junction is In I'ortland on a short
vacation. During his absence' his ' a'OI.SONKD .M1XOS .KKACTS.
place is being filled by Miss Loyd of j COU81CANA. Tex., Hcpt. 12. (I. N.
li Grande. H.) Never poison your watermelons
Mr. and Mrs. J. I,. Mcpherson of .In order to guard against the depre
Pendkton were Sunday guests at thc.dations of thieves. "This la the advice
hoii'8 cf their daughter, Mrs. C. M. of J)n I. J. Kyser. of Powell, coven
Jackson. j miles east of here. Dr. Kyser was
Mrs. W. A. Hinline and Margaret icon 11 nod to hi bed for two days after
Ornduff left Thursday for Milton loafing melon that he himself had pol-
Sew Tcaclic-r Signed -
Miss Grace Richmond has been
signed to teach In district No. Bit,
three miles west of Helix.
"First Ball" for Disabled
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1 til' 1. -v 7 -V. '
Two (,k5t I-'lue.
In the court of Justice -Joe H
Parkes this morning 'James Brown
and D. W. Stephens received fines of
each on charges of spccdiig.
Licenses to wed have been issued to
Louis Francis Stewart, a farmer, and
Hazel Mertaha Ilerr, both of Athena;
and to Henry Clay Judd, a wool deal
er of Portland, and Vera"Yiolet Tem
ple of Pendleton.'
- The board of equaIization.started its
sessions this morning to adjust dis
putes, of tax valuation. The board.
which consists of the county clerk,
county assessor and county judge, will
continue in its sessons until all ad
justments have been made.
Fresldent Hardlngf shooting oat a diszy curve to open tS game be
, tween the Marino Corps trd the Mions of Washington. D. C, to;' tha
benefit of disabled veterans. General Lejeune. commander ot tilt Ma
rine, is on t rltlit.
Two Rcoe-ive SenU'iioea.
Kred Eiske received a sentence of
three years in the state penitentiary
Saturday, lie was charged with lar
ceny by bailee. W. 11. Young was i;en.
tenced to serve two years on a charge
of. securing money under false pre
tenses, lie Is alleged to have written
a check for two dollars. .
Faces Two Charges.
A. HoiVh Jr. is facing two charges
as a result of his arrest yesterday by
deputy sheriffs when a search wf his
house disclosed the presence of five
quarts of bonded whiskey. His trial
this morning in the court of Justice
Joe H. Purkes on a charge of speed
ing was continued until this afternoon.
Ff TTf 1 If ffl
The busy little' bee? Have you made arranrje
nents for the busy week? Make it easier for you,
the drivers and ourselves by ordering early. You
will find this busy little place brim full of your every
wants.. ,.,,' . . ' - , -
THE TABLE SUPPLY
739 Main Street
CHAS. D, DESPAIN & CHAS. W. GOODYEAR
Pay Cash Receive More , Pay Less
Despain&Lee Cash Grocery
nsrt Tn n i. T)Vitia OCA
AJJ Hi. UUlb , uusuuu
Pay Cash Cash Pays
Groceries all over the country are cheaper than
during the past few years. But our prices are just a
little cheaper here than the other fellows at all times.
Cash buying cash selling and low. overhead makes
this low selling possible '
DesoainSsLee Cash Grocery
: 209 E. Court , Phone 8S0
Ilouudnry ltonrd to Meet.
Notices havo been sent out of a
meeting of the district boundary board
meeting which will be held October 5
to consider the enlargement of Union
high school district No. 4 at Hermis
ton. At the same meeting (lie enlarge
ment of district No. 61 at Stanfleld so
as to Include a part of district No. 8
will also bo considered.
School KnrtillincnlH largc
Jtenorts received from some of the
schools of I'matilla county indicate
that the enrollment for this year will
exceed last year's by a good margin.
At Athena where Miss O. C. Hadley is
superintendent the enrollment exceeds
that of last year by a large margin,
171 being In attendance, Stanfield has
an enrollment of 201, tho report of
F.upt. Raymond Orth indicates. The
Union high school at Pilot Kock has
started with S pupils enrolled.
tii't Still In Mountains
A trip of 75 miles from Pendleton
was taken by Deputy Sheriff B. IS. F.
Kidgway Sunday morning which re
sulted in the arrest of Jack H.".tcher
on a charge of operating a still It
was necessary to wado through six
Inches of snow to get the still and the
man. About 200 gallons of m.lsh, hid
den in a cave, was found. Hiitcher
was brought back to Pendleton and
lodged in Jail. His seat of 'operations
was far back in the wilda on Mill
(irand Jury KrMrts. '
Indictments were brought In by the
grand jury in several cases Saturday.
W. H, Toting has been indicted on a
charge of obtaining money undewfalse
pretenses. A true bill charging bo-
domy was brought in against P. P.
Mulone. , Russell C. Murphy is
charged with larceny. It is charged
that he stole money and goods from C.
P. Peterson. Fred Klohn, George
Brandt and Walter Fisher are charged
with burglary not In a building, it be
ing alleged that they broke into a box
car at Kleth. J. 13. Edgar and Karl
J. Clark are charged, with larceny of
goods from a store. Other true bills
were brought against men w ho are not
In custody, and several not true Jjllls
wero returned. i
(Continued from pago 1.)
board of censors barred the Arbuckle
fifms until he cleans himself. ,
Flunce to Truss Prosecution
NEW YORK, Sept. 12 (A. P.)
Henry Lchrman, film director, who
was engaged to marry Virginia Rappe,
said he would devote every moment
ho could spare to pressing Arbuckle's
Movie Industry nitiileri.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 12. (U.
p.) Tho "Arbpekle affair" is divid
ing the movie industry into two camps
one expressing belief in Arbuckle's
Innocence and the other Insisting jus
tice be done. Sentiment all over the
country is now is the time to effect a
thorough investigation into the movie
industry both in , the east and the
Caso Continued Until Friday.
SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. 12. (A.
p.) Aihiickle appeared in the court
for arraignment, amid a battery of
flashlights. Tho Case was continued
until Friday at the request of district
attorney. Tho inquest is to Ik held
today Instead ol Thursday, tho coro-
where they will visitfor a few dayys
at the home of Mrs. llinc-line's par.
ent!!, after which they will go to
I'muplne where Mrs. ' Ilinellne will
teaeh the fifth and klxth grades,
Mrs. W. H. He'sser left the latter
part of tho week for Weston near
which place she Is employed to teach
for the. ensuing year.
Miss Jennie Hagginan who was for
merly principal of the Westland
school left Thursday for Monmouth
where she will finislLtho regular Nor
mal course and will also take spcciul
Lois Jackson, Linn Rhea and Ger
ald Shipley enrolled in the Hermis
ton high schooltfs freshmen this year.
Jlr. and Mrs. w. G. Itodda and son
William motored to l'cndleton , Wed
Miss Irene Rhea left for Pilot Rock
recently near which place she wlil
teach for the eisulng torm.
Mrs. I . G. Shipley who has been to
Tillamook and other coast 'points on
an extended visit has returned home.
E. H. Gardner was a Fcndleton vis
Miss Violet-Shipley is visiting wilb
WANTBD First class riicch'vnic.
Urace & Nelson, 616 Garden St. '
WANTED Woman or g.'rl to do house
work by the month, Phone 265-R.
FOR RENT Oct. 1-21 u room house
also furniture for sale. Inquire 517.
FOR SALE Ford louring car, $100
cash. Call 631 Johnston St. or
MRS. CRAWFORD will entertain the
Busy Reo- Chapter Tuesday after
noon. 314 E, Alta St.
SADDLE HORSE for sale or hireA
few draft horses fori, sale. Inquire
U J. Real, 1'i'op , Dutch Henry Feed
Silver for Gifts
Nothing perhaps can express in the
same intimate way your good wishes which
accompanies your gift as a piece of silver.
& thing of REAL beauty. Nothing else has
the REAL lasting quality of REAL silver.
The choice of (pieces are so varied
from the inexpensive teaspoon to the elabo
rate tea service that one can chose a correct
gift at any price they wish to pay. .
Tbe Largest Diamond Dealers In IiUm treti
WANTED by reliable party, furnished
or unfiirnishel house for the winter
or longer. Best of reference. Phone
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Quality PRINTING at Reasonable Prices .
East Oregonian Printing Department.
We're' -- Ready .-With" tlie Most Complete and
1 '.'; -.V- - - Attractive Stocl
;MeBS and- Young 'Men's
own m many di
Your Early Selection!
THE sluice-gates of the
purchasing power of the
J. C. Penney Company Nation
wide chain of 312 department
stores have been thrown wide
open and men's and young
men's clothing values such as
have not been presented in a
number of years have flooded
this popular section of our stonj.
The newest Fall styles
from the conservatives for men
to the fancy models for the
young men are shown in at
tractive assortments. There is
such a diversity of single and
double breasted, two and three
button styles as to provide a
satisfying selection in every in
stance. You will find "just what
you want" both in style and
price if you select your Fall
Suit here early. Your pleasure
in your purchases from us will
be Our pleasjire in serving you.
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-Men's Serviceable Suits
of Cassimere and Worsted
Young Men's Stylish Suits
of Cassimere and Unfinished Worsted
$17.50, $24.75, $27.50
Tho value are particularly pronounced
because of the superior quality fabrics.
THE unusual worth of the splendid all-wool eassimr-re and
worsted fabrics in our meu's suits pnrtlonlarlj- reonmmomt
them to those who domain! the grentest wpnrini; service. At
the same time. etylcs are thoroughly in keepiug ilh good taste.
To men who want ",the most for their money," our suits
abundantly fulOH their requirements. A snappy style for business
nicu is cut conservatively with semi-fitted back. A throe but Ion.
single breasted model with peak lapels, plain pockets with flaps,
neuter vent and full or half mohair lined. Warm and service
able. Such popular colors as Oxford gray, dark pray and self
Stripes, gray Herringbones, pialn brown and brown with black
stripes, Oxford gray checks, Oxford gray with white stripes, blue
serge, etc. ' .
fur .vniii:' :
Single nJ double breasted models
in smart cclors and neat patterns.
MIE ES.EX Swatrtrer single breasted, two-button model
men." Cut sciui cunservatively, center vent, peak
L.pcis una piaiu pocKeiu witu naps, uue-hali ntoualr lined.
The IJL'DD Same as the ESSEX, except double breasted.
Cassimere and unfinished worsted are ideal fabrics for young
men's stilts, ns there is a smartness to the textures which admira
bly lends itself to appearance" st much sought. Th cloth and
the workmanship in tl.e suits at the alwve three popular prices are
eminently lilh siuuU.uii which always charet.ixes our clothing.
Choice in crr.y, brown ain! preen Herringbone, black, green
and brown with f.-ncy chucks, green with red stripes, brown and
green ft.ixtitres. bine fancy Herringbone, brown Herringbone with
blue stripes, Oxford gray, black or bine with whits ptu atripes.
Oars Unalterable Policy One Price to Everybody
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Genuine Vclour Uound-Up Hal?, Gray, Black, lirimn, ?6.50
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