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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 22, 1921.
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News Notes of Pendleton
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1 !' CALENDAR OP EVENTS
September 18-24 Northwest
Qraln and Hay Show.
' September 28, 28, 14 Annual
jj September 22, 23, 24. Meet-
ling of Executive Committee Ore-
jton Irrigation Congress.
ti Sept. 23, 24. Arrival Journal
I! Sept. 23. Meeting of Execu-
ilve Committee of the Umatilla
jatuplda Power Bite, association.
J; Oct. .. Entertainment Unm-
Ijtllla County Drugging' Associa
tion at dinner by Pilot Rock
j October 7-8 Seventh Annual
llDalryand Hog Show, at Her-
AKKiiian Here Kor Kliow
Dr. H. Jj. Henderson of Astoria la
In Pendleton to lulce In the big show
and Is the guest of Dr. It. C. Kluworth.
Dr. Honderson for many years was
president of the state board of medical
examiners and Is well known to the
medical profession of the city.
killing China pheasants out of season.
C. V. Johnson of Portland paid a fine
of $25 for hunting on the Umatilla
game bird reservation. The arrests
wore, made by W. H. Albee, deputy
game warden. '
Ki th Dixon Men-.
Accompanied by his wife and Dr.
and Mrs. Hosenburg, Keth Dixon, for
merly a judge In events of the Round
Up arrived this morning to attend the
big show. lo formerly was a resi
dent of Prinevllle but of late has
made his home at Kt. Klamath. Ho
Is a cattle man.
lireaks Ills Arm
While cranking a car this morning,
Harry Nester, who works for the West
Bnd Grocery broke his arm.
fiportumra Draw linos.
8. C. Lochric and I. K. Putman of
Hermlstnn, was arrested yesterday for
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To the Round-Up.
FRESH, CLEAN, SATISFYING
"You can depend on 101"
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc
301 E. Court Street
Phones 101 Private Exchange Connect
iet Marriage License
A license to wed has been Issued to
Charles A. Coleman, u sheep man of
iiaker, and Phyllis A Hawk of Pcndle
(Jets Reservation Ranch
Tom Gillette hue sold his rescrva
tlon lease and farming outfit to H
O. Hayes, the consideration being In
the neighborhood of 20,000. The
deal was handled by B. T. Wade.
101 101 101 101 101 101 101 TOT TOT
William Rrown, Artist, 'Here.
William Drown, head of the publish
ing firm of A. M. Davis & Co., of Dos
ton is one of the prominent out o
town visitors for the Round-Up. Mr,
Urown is an artist of note and is con
tomplatlng a poster for next year1
Round-Up. While In the city he will
be the guest of Charles Wellingtoi
He Hud to Come Hack.
Once before J. N. Naylor and bl
family saw the Pendleton Round-Up
and this year they are back again.
He was formerly sheriff of Ijitah
county, Idaho, at the same time
George W. Coutts was prosecuting at
torney. Mr. Naylor, accompanied by
his wife and son and daughter-in-law
urrived this morning.
W. G. Beck Coming.
W. G. Beck of Portland, will arrive
in the city Friday afternoon to take
in the show. He will be a guest at
the home of his daughter, Mrs. Louis
Cruikshank, 311 Madison street. Mr.
Beck was formerly In the Gun and
Sporting Goods btislne. In Portland,
and was an advertiser in the Pendleton
East Oregonian as far back as 1879.
Now is the Time to Buy. ,
Hunting Season Opens
Let Us Show You Our Large Assortment of
WINCHESTER GUNS AND AMMUNITION
They Get the Game.
Displays Valuable l-'ox Pelt.
An exceptionally large pelt of a eil
ver grey fox which was trapped 700
miles north of the Arctic circle is on
display In the window of Alexanders
The owner of the valuable pelt is Mi.
Grace Stevenson, wife of Captain
Stevenson of the U. S. army. Mrs.
Stevenson Is now at Walla Walla,
where she recently arrived. The pelt
was brought here yesterday by L. E.
Rose who spent many years In the
Northland. The fox was caught bj
Has Distintrnislied Guests
Among the people who are quarter
ed with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph N. Scott
nt their home, 116 Lewis Street arc-
fax, Wn.t Gazette; "Boots" Charwick.
fax, Wn. Gabette; "Boots" Chadwick,
a hardware dealer of Colfax; Dolph
Coolldge, of the Colfax National Bank,
and Thomas Carstens, president of
the Carstens' Packing Co. They are
accompanied by their wives and fami
lies. Mr. Scott also expects Walter
Ely of Tacoma, an old friend, to ar
rive in the morning. Mr. Ely is man
ager of the Henningsen Produce Co, at
Army Is Active
The Salvation Army will be serving
lunches during the Round-Up at Gar
den and Webb. Everyone Is Invited
to patronize them to help the work
Hong. There will also be having very
special services on the street and in
their hall led by Brig, and Mrs. Hay of
Portland, Oregon Divisional Com
manders for Oregon Staff. Capt.
Wlnterbottom of Buffaloe, N. Y., Capt.
Buchanan of La Grande, Ore., and
Capt. Anthony and his daughter of
Baiter, Ore. These folks are all good
musicians so come and enjoy the ser
vices. They will be here over Sunday
and everyone has a cordial Invitation
to come to all these services.
MARTIN' DKFEATS HERMAN.
PORTLAND, Sept. 22. (A. P.)
Denver "Ed" Martin knocked out
Tiny Herman In the fourth round last
ADMITTED TO LEAGUE.
GENEVA, Sept. 22. (A. P.)
Three additional nations, Esthonia
Letvla and Lithuania, were admitted
to the League of Nations today.
A slight increase is noted In trading
in wheat on the Chicago market, Sep
tember closing price being $1.234
from yesterday's closo of $1.22, De
cember $1.254 as against yesterday's
price of $1.244 and May $1.29'i as
against $1.28 4 of yesterday. Follow.
Ing are the quotations received by
Overbeck and Cooke, local brokers.
Open High Low
Dec. 1.24 i
May 1.28 M
EXPLOSION' DEATH TOLL
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entire medical staff of the IYcnch
nrmy of occupation on the Rhine ar
rived at Ludwlgshafen to assist in
treating the vast numbers injured in
the gigantic explosion which wrecked
the chcmitvl plant at Oppau with a
Ijss of Hie estimated at 1200. AboM
iOOO were injured.
Some of the victims were complete
ly blown to pieces, making the exact
number of dead uncertain. Relief
workers had a gruesome task. As
they tore through the mass of wreck
age, they rame upon human legs,
arms and bodies from which heads
had been blown off. The total dam
age la estimated, at i 8, 00 0,0 00,
Friends and Visitors
YOU ARE WELCOME TO MAKE
THIS STORE YOUR HEADQUART
ERS, meet your friends here, USE
OUR PHONES, USE OUR INFOR
MATION BUREAU, USE OUR
WRITING ROOM, USE OUR REST
If we can be of any service to you,
let us know.
Yours for a good time. LET 'ER
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Two Phones 78-79
GENEVA, N. Y.. Sept. 22. Andrew
J. Abell, Jr., eighteen-year-old high
school graduate, of San Francisco, re
cently rode into this city astride a
horeo and accompanied by his dog.
Grit. To obtain a complete education
Abell Is attempting the feat of visit
ing every state capital in the United
States within a year. His only con
veyance must be a horse. He left San
Francisco on March 1. Abell says a
Western philanthropist made him the
proposition, which he is now well on
his way to achieve. If he succeeds he
can choose any college or university in
the world in which to polish off the
rudiments gained in the lower grades
of learning. Tho philanthropist, Abell
declares, would pay the bills. Abell
left here destined tor New England
WHY I LIKE PENDLETON'.
(By Mrs. Edith G. Van Dcusen.)
What I like ibest about Pendleton is
the loya'lty of the residents to their
home town. One does not hear Buch
expressions as "back home we did thus
and so" or "before I moved to Pendle
ton." etc. Everyone seems to consider
himself a "native son" so tries to do
the best he can to promote those
things that will go toward making the
town a better place in which to live.
Tha native negroes of
speak excellent English.
Get your money back if you are not satisfied.
That's the basis on which we are offering to sell The
Black Shells to .all sportsmen.
Shoot a trial box cf shells in the field or at the
traps. If you don't like them, bring back the unused
part of the box, and we will refund to you instantly, in
cash, without any question, the price cf the entire box.
Smokelerj and Black Powderx
Have you ever had or heard of a fairer offer than
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W. J. CLARKE
We guarantee the
just as ve guarantee
The Black Shells.
We know these car
tridges are right.
official tests than all
other makes com
bined. We partic
Long Rifle Lesmok
Cartridge. It is un
equalled at r.ny dis
tance from 50 to 250
yards, arid costs no
more than others.
To Apply on
1921 Cadillac i
Type 59 '
Western Auto Co.
200 Water St.
Dodge Chassis with lk-v.
crly or Suburban lUxly. A
splendid car for giiural
utility )iirHs(4, ruiit'ti,
romp, di-livery or liebt
stage woi&. far ei'iieuiaU
ly fitted fur Uio wetit with
nviifortuble front M'nt, ri
tra gaKOlino tunk, miming
board tanks, sMKlilit, eto.
Can carry a largo load uud
keep it dry.
Car was new July in nnd
lias been driven only 430')
miles across the continent.
TlilH is a ear largely UM'd
111 the ea.st but believed to
be the only ono of ill t)io
in tliu vicinity.
Particularly iicat aiii; at
tractive and in flr cl.ie
Car may bo wen at ih
llulek Garage, Court Kt.