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DAILY EAST OlEOONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 29, 1921.
People Here and There
D. Pick, representative of the Coplo
Service Inc., la here today. HIb ser
vice la a feature service for newspa
Pilot Walter E. Lees, of the La
Grande 'Airplane Company, left Ten
dleton at 10:60 on a business trip to
Lewlston, Idaho. He expected to land
there at 1 o'clock. Glen Long accom
! E. W. McComaa and A. Phlmister
Proctor left this morning by motor
for Portland. Mr. Proctor will return
to Palo Alto where he is at work on
several statues, and Mr. McComas will
returti here after a few days In Portland.
Kf ttOONlY 1
OFFICES AND OFFICERS
It Is alleged that the defendant da
scrted the plaintiff In 1915 and has re
,ma:ned away since that time. Haley.
jUuley and Steiwer and II. J. Warner
represent the plaintiff.
lntt the month of September in the
court of JuHtlce Joe H. Parkes. A
majority of the caws have been on li
quor violations and traffic violations.
E. E. Sharon, former prominent res
' ident of Pendleton, Is visiting: with old
friends hore while ort his return from
attending the 1. O.. O. P. sovereign
grand lodgs at Toronto. Mr. Bharon
is grand secretary of .the Odd Fellow?
in, Oregon. Many years ago ho was
located' here and served as editor of
the Tribune, deputy county clerk and
, as a clerk In the Alexander store
Tirhen that store was located where
the Dupuig cigar store now operates.
Case Dismissed. V .
When the Btato's chief witness In the
case against O. B. AplIn, charged with
violating liquor laws failed to make an
appearance In the court or Justice Joe
H. I'arkes thin morning, the case was
dismissed.' Insufficient ; evidence to
convict also caused the dismissal of
the case against James Myers. He
was also charged with liquor law vio
lation. . . L-L
Furlong Seeks IMvoroe.
Desertion is claimed by Charles W.
Furlong In his suit for divorce against
Eva E. FUrlong. The couple married
In June, 1899, and there are two chil
dren, Ruth 13. Furlong, aged 18, and
Roger Wellington Furlong, aged 11,
according to the complaint. Custody
of the boy is sought by the plaintiff.
To Collect Nolo.
Two notes, claimed to be 'past, due
and unpaid, ure the bas s of a suit
brought by John Cochran against Sam
W. Fellows and' Mrs. Fellows. Judg
ment to the amount of M28.30 Is asked.
Desertion Is Claimed.
Mabel Cox has sued 'Eddie H. Cox
for a divorce, claiming desertion. The
couple married in 1918, and there Is
one baby girl as issue of the marriage.
Custody of the baby is sought by the
plaintiff. Peterson, Bishop and Clark
represent the plaintiff.
Asks $10,000 Damages.
A suit for damages of $10,000 hns
been brought by Gladys M. Miller, a
minor, by R. D. Miller, against S. C.
Xichpls. ... The defendant was sentenc
ed to serve 10 years In the penitenti
ary this week on a charge of rape
which grew out of his conduct toward
the giH, who is 13 years old.
Give the Kids a
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CriiH Treatment Charged.
. Cruel and Inhuman treatment Is the
basis of the suit of nancy Smith
against Charles Edward Smith for di
vorce. In the complaint it is recited I
that the couple mnrried December 19, j
1919. ?.t Vancouver. Wash., and that!
the defendant has not contributed to i
the plaintiffs support. Fee and Fee
represent the, plaintiff.,
Orr'cqm Am Klf-ctrd.
At a meeting of the council of the
parent-teacher association, held Wed
nesday evening at the committee room
of the county library, officers for tne
year were elected, and a program
committee to work out programs for
the activities of the various circles.
was appointed. The officers are pres
ident, Mrs. Thomas Hampton; vice
president, Mrs, Johnson; and secretary-treasurer,
A. Landreth, . The pro
gram committee consists of the presi
dents of the different circles and the
principals of the schools, together with
the cily superintendent of schools.
ADJOURN OCTOBER 4
GENEVA, Sept. 29. (IT. P.) Ad
journment of the present assembly of
the league of nations has been set for
Tuesday, October 4. As the delegates
leave for home, the popular opinion
here is to regard the league, no longer
as a super-state, but us an instru
ment to co-ordinate and make recom
mendations for international action.
The League Itself, according to dele
gates, recognizes itself to be complete,
ly w'ilhout power or authority to im
pose any recommendations it may
Collms Many Fines. ,
Fines to the amount, of, approxi
mately $1000 have been collected dur-
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OPPO.SITIfl.V IS ANTICIPATED
WASHINGTON, Sept. 29. (C P.)
Anticipat.'ng opposition from the
railroads to plan consolidating the
lines Into 19 competing systems, thn
Interstate commerce commission said
"added incentive'.' for government
ownership would result , unless the
roads voluntarily agreed to the consol
idate. ... r
REWARD OFFERED FOR BANDITS
OKLAHOMA CITY, Sept. 23. (A.
P.) A reward of $30,000 for the cap
ture of six men in the mall car rob
bery near here last night on th,e Santa
Fe railroad, was authorized today
through a telegram from Postmaster CATTLE MARKET STEADY
General Hays. Five thousand is of-1 PORTLAND, Sept. .29. (A. P)
fered for eaeh man. The bandits Cattle and sheep are steady. Hogs
forced' the clerks to throw off four are sloy and weak. Eggs and butter
pouches. A posse is searching. are firm and of a higher tendency.
nouses Overturned in Outlying Sections
The Wholesome Butter
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Tho '"Perfect Hostess" Is a title not easily earned,
hence all the more eagerly pr.'ied. We are showing
some exquisite silver patterns of rich elegance and
faultless good taste which give aristocratic distinction
to any social affair.
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Hay grown by members of the Ore
gon Hay Growers' Association, made
up of growers of Umatilla and Morrow
counties, is to be sold on the Atlantic
seaboard, according to announcement
made by the association.
Several sample shipments nave been
made and the results have justified all
claims, the grade of hay showing up
well iq comparison with the Eastern
hay this year and a good premium be
ing paid for western alfalfa.
Six firms in the via'nity of , New
Tork have placed orders for immedi
ate shipment from the Oregon as nega
tion. Inspectors have already been
appointed at Boardman, Umatilla,
Hermiston and Stanfield, and will be
appointed at other localities when re-'
The expense of securing the ap
pointment of these state inspectors is
borne by the association but the net
cost of loading point inspection, while
upon a slightly different basis, Is prac
tically the same as if the inspection
were at Portland, as has been the
practice in past years.
The activities of the Organized Hay
Growers are directly responsible for
an advance of one dollar in the Port
land market, at a time when the hay
markets of the entire country are very
stagnant. This will benefit all hay
growers, whether members or not.
The prices paid In the East are very
satisfactory ind terms agreeable, Kiles
being made upon state grades. The
hay market for the next five months
on the Atlantic coast looks bright, say
rrnwera and while much depends up
on the quality 'of hay shipped, the sales
office is very optimistic, 'jne neavy
percentage of the association sales are
now going to Canada and the Atlantic
Germany has less than half a mil
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