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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 21, 1921)
DAILY EAST OREflONIAtf, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY EVENING, BEPTEMBEft 31, 1921.
llam county wheat grower, and the ex
hibit was from an 800 acre farm ave
raging 45 bushels to the acre.
High school pupils were admitted
free to the show this morning and
came in a body to hear a talk by D. E.
Stephens, of tho Moro Experiment sta
tion, and by Mr. Hyslop.
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People Here and There
h. James M. ICeeney, formerly one of
WIS owners of the CunnlnKhum Sheep
Co, la here from his home In Portland.
jj Andrew Linden of the Fetcrson and
ElndoM Sheep Co. of Cokeville, W'yo. Is
"here to buy feeder lambs.
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5Valdon "Busb" IJyors will arrive
tnis tvenliig from I'ortlund. He went
Abwrt to drive his car home for the
WlrtUr. i ' 1 ;
' ji.V. Hulbert, of the agronomy de
pigment jof the' yn'lvrrnlty of Idaho,
U'llere fjr the Northwest Grain and
Ifoy Show and he Itourid-Up, '
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I ..W'L ST AND At D OH COMPANY
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Charley It. AiiHtin of Douglas,
Wyoming, Is at the Golden Rule.
J. C. Pence and wife are stopping
at the 1st. Oeurg. 7"helr home Is In
Calgiyy. ' " . . .
Frank Coykcndall of Portland is
here for the Round-lTp. Mr. Coyken
dull Ih a former Pendletonlon and Is
now associated with the Union Savings
and Loan Association of Portland. He
Is registered at the St. George.
Val Rinehart, a Junior In the Unl
verHlty of Washington will arrive this
evening, for the Round-tJp. He will
meet his parents Mr. and Mrs. H. C.
Ttlnchart In this city and all will be
guests of Mrs. Edna Schllke Morrison
until Sunday. , Young Rinehart has
been visiting hie brother Vtr In Spo
kane. ,. . , , j.
Registration Is Heavy.
Itegtstratjon of tourmtl at the camp
grounds Is GO per cent ncaWer this
year than it was In, 1920, records comr
piled by Jack Miller, custodian of the
elty grounds show. This morning
II You Stand Man
P If it is good Hamburger, good Conies, Wien
t; ! ers. Sausaee etc.. here is the place to get it. We
L cut U. S. Inspected, the finest to be had.
i The Tahle SuddIv will be a mecca for Fruits
i:i and Vegetables, etc., during the week.
Getjy&fif, "order in early.'
THE TABLE SUPPLY
739 Main Street ' " Pendleton
CHAS. D. DE5PAIN & CHAS. W. GOODYEAR .
Miller estimated that tie would 1e on
aftlo to take care of any additional
oars after the rush expected for thiB
AVnnlnor hurl been passed. Additional
space will be -provided by the city
anri tiw. rFTnr-rern trei;nn aulo liuu ir
taking-care of -members In parking
areas. , , -' s
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Canning Demonstrations Tomorrow.
Fruit canning demonstrations will
bo held at the high school tomorrow
morning at 9:30. The Judging of the
fruit canning will be at the Northwest
Grain and Hay Show at 10:80 O'clock.
The bread demonstration will be held
Friday at 11 o'clock at the show tent.
The demonstrations will be open to
the public and are under the direction
of Mrs. E. Van Deusen, county home
Gk-t Apple Jack
A keg of apple Jack which is sup
posed to. have been made in the Wil
lamette valley was "captured" last
night by Deputy Sheriffs Ridgway and
Spears. The liquor was found In a
field near Pendleton and two men, J,
E. Vandermullen and E. R. Coyle
were arrested. They are thought to
have been the Owners of the refresh
ments. Two other men, I P. Mink
and Bill Walters Were arrested on a
charge of having intoxicants in their
Opals when first taken from the
mine, are so soft they can be picked
to pieces by the finger nails. ..
NEWS OF THE COUNTY
OFFICES AND OFFICERS;
A license to wed has been issued to
Clarence F. Wi'.kins, engineer, and
Mabel C. Hemphill, both of Pendleton.
Judgp Phelps Returns
Judge Gilbert W. Phelps has re
turned from Heppner where he has
been since Monday holding a Bcsslon
WHEAT OX DISPLAY
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carload of Jenkins for L'matllla county
The prize winning Triplet, says
County Agent Lewis of Columbia
county, weighed Cl.S and showed a
freedom from smut. It was prown on
some of the best wheat land In the
County. The Gilliam county Baart
which won first was grown on volcanic
h soil, says A. M. W'pntherford, Gll-
colors are as beautiful as those seen
In the Colorado."
Hawaii wants Chinese labor more
than any other one thing, the publish
"We have too many Japs now," Mr.
Hooper said. "During the era of high
prices they made with their bonuses
as much as $100 to $300 a month on a
labor scale of $16 a month. So you
can see what the bonus amounted to.
Many of these foreigners either sent
their money home or they used It to
start In business for themselves. In
either case, we derived no more bene
fit from their presence because we
couldn't use their labor. The money
they earn Is turned back to Japan,
either directly or Indirectly. If we
can't get Chinese labor to work on the
big sugar plantations, it means that
many of the small operators will have
to close down and that the acreages on
the big places will be materially cut.
We don't -want the Chinese perman
ently but on a basis of contracts to
last either three or five years."
Good roads Is one of several matters
to which Mi. Hooper Is giving special
study during his tour of the United
Slates. He is also studying the work
ings of commercial organizations, and
this morning he met Claud Barr, sec
retary of Pendleton's Commercial As
sociation and had a long talk with
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Hanna, a democrat, by 8000 plurality
in the senatorial election. Teh returns
are not yet complete. The country is
Watching the election as tne ursi -ntnnen
nf testing the work so far done
by the Harding administration.
llanitn Kxpccts iereai.
ALBl'QtrETRQUE, N. M.. Sept. M.
(A. P.) Tho election of Holm C.
rhi-mtti rennhlican. yesterday as
United States senator over Richard P.
Hanna, democrat, is conceded by
THE SHOE THAT
HOLDS ITS SHAPE J
When you purchase
a pair of 1
W. L. Douglas Shoes f
I you are getting the r
best shoe value for
I the price that money
For Bale bj
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Shaw, Weyburn, Canada; N. E. Shoe7
Ohio: E. C. Smith,
Aberdeen, Wn.; E. E. Fisher, Wis.: E.
E. Wilson, Durfur, Wn.; Ed Siltcr,
Rlmrnrk. Wn.: Rov Aikins, Vancou
ver. Wn.; I A. Foress, Seattle; S. I.
Whttmore, Ivostinc, Ore.; H. Usher,
Pittsburg, Pa.; C. Elck, San Francis
Calif.: H. B. Peterson. Merinette.
Wis.; H. G. Wheeler, Fort I-anderdale.
Fin..: J. A. Drlos. Yakima; W. A. Dar
nell, Yakima; Christ Man, Crown
Tnnt Irtnlin: J. W. Slatten. Seattle;
B. C. Bradwell, Covina, Cal.; D. W.
ilontgomery, Oregon City; J. 15. Boley
Portland; V. C. Toliard. T'rosser: F.
V. Hinkle, Astoria; H. Gilmore, Bil
lings, Mont.; 3. O. Sill,' Los Angeles:
G. L. Mc Cauley, Seaside; Wm. Men
zel, Seaside; C. J. Wahl, Astoria; B.
A. Clem, Moro; E. G. Beeman, Port
Angeles, Wn.; A. C. Chinn, Huber, Or.;
F. Cook, Portland; V. A. Fosdick.
Portland; C. J. Grabb, Portland; C.
Rowland, Corvallis, Ore.; S. W.
Brooks. Seattle; C. O. Wilsson, Nam
pa; C. C. Bond, St. Louis; O. H. Lesig.
Seattle; E. W. Tower, Seattle; B. A.
Schaffer, Stayton, Ore.; Edward Ball.
Oocita, Calif.; J. D. Aonst, Portland;
H. C. Hopper, Loshne, Hawaii.
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bnderful Transformation Scene
Indians, Cowboys, Duelling torsos, everything savoring of Frontier Town
Shubert's Orchestra of Chicago in the Dance Hall
.of 5i Mt
Harriet Leacti Soprano of Portland;
Horace Ensign, Baritone of
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Elks Drum Corps of Walla
Walla on Musical Program.