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Tbm East Oreont. la Eaatrra Oa Con' mM newaiiap mnd aa a soiling foroei give. " "" orrr twice Uie rlit-latkm la PmkII. Inn and I'maUlIa ooanty ot anj oilier newspaper. COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER CITY OFFICIAL PAPB VOL. 31 DAILY EAST OREQCXNIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1819. NO. 4855 TeTge ts revenge TFTz-TwinTf OR SOX CCO DAILY EVENING EDITION ip " ii Number copies printed of esurda'a Dulls Vdiuoo, 2,825 Tbla paper inmiirf ana audited by tin Audit Bureau of Circulations. J ( mwa q TWEMi-WEgKLYAjXS rag f I I I 1 ? 1 89 PONES Ofl LITTLEST WORLD SERIES PL 4 YER IS BIGGEST HERO, DICK KERR WILL NOT QUIT 1 RACE IS ON Greatest Aerial Speed Contest in History Launched Today; 55 Leave East Coast, Others San Francisco. .TWELVE DAYS EXPECTED TO SEE FINISH OF TEST CINCINNATI, Oct. 8. Little Dick Kerr In Chicago's groat big hero of the world' aerie. Ho la a bigger hero now than when he atood the Keda on their heada In Chicago, nliluiuph that day he pitched the greateat game of the snriea In no tallowing the enemy to get a man post second base. But of the series In not allowing the enemy to get a man paat second bane. - But Although seemingly hon.leiHo noaten by a lead of four runa, he re-fused to quit. Thore wore mpiiy limes when the outlook did not aeem to give him a gllmrrer of a ahow. l'ut this littleat world aeries player fought on. Again and again he wna In a-hola and he only pitched the harder. The aupreme teat of hla gamoneoa came In the eighth whon he stopped Knpf'a ferocious liner that pearly broke hla liund. , THE LLOYD GEORGES ARE COMING Machines to Stop 30 Minutes at Each of 21 Control Stations! en Route; Race Furnishes Motor Rivalry. BlScillAMTTOV, S. Y. Oct. 8. Colonel itrant, driving plane number 4, craalied to Uie ground a mile north of IM-poett today. Ho was found with both annb and Icga broken. lie was) unconwfou and apparently dying. Sergeant NewlU. passenger, was In- Jurcd, and llio piano wrecked. thrkb rvmcFD now.v i WII.KKSHAItllK Pa. Ot 8 Throe airplane which entered the transcon tinental air derby were forced to land near hero today. NEW TOHK, Oct. 8. The great eat aerial race of history begnn here at :10 today when 89 nlrplnnea atnrt M on a transcontinental flight be tween New Tork and Han Franclaeo. The race acroaa the continent and back more1 than 640" mllea la ex pected to consume .12 daya. There will be no n!ght flying. Lieutenant Machle, driving a Te bavlland Four, got away flrat. Bri gadier General Charlton, Britiah at tache, followed two mlnutea later. The othera got away at two minute Inter val. SI Control Station There are tl control atatlona where BUFFALO COW, TAME, UNCONCERNED, ROAMS OVER CABBAGE HILL A buffnlo cow, qulto tume and unconcerned, la reported roaming In the Cabbage Hill vicinity, near the Dresses furtn. Tbe bUon wai een Monday, by Vern D reuse r and to all appearance was enjoying freedom from some place of con finement, Tho Round-Up board had a buf falo in the curttj here for some time but it was not In the show this year. Mr. Dresner believe the one at Cabbage Hill Is not the same Round-Up buffalo, for the horns of the one seen Monday are said to be regular, while the Round-Up buffalo had one horn a bit out of line, he said. SIX ARE DEAD, ONE IS DYING AS RESULT OF OAKLAND SMASH UP Hope for Early Settlement of Strike Practically Abandon ed With Carmen's Refusal to Work During Arbitration. "Four hundred ticketa for Milton," la the alogan of the Pendleton Com. I mercial Aaaoclatlon. The ticketa are 1 for -Aba Mtlujn .bhrarv benefit , coi cert I nursaay night in Tne eaat each plane will atop for 10 mlnutea. city and will be aold thla afternoon rtanea remaining more than 48 hours (and tomorrow Vt 60 cents each. Dr. PENDLETON BODY TO A!D MILTON BENEFIT OAKLAND. Oct. 8. With six killed and one believed dying, police are to j j day endeavoring to apprehend Ed- ward Wilson and Mead Smith, con- i ductor and inspector of the train which crashed Into a loaded jitney I 1 here yesterday. After four days negotiations hope j for early settlement of the strike of j street car men of the San Francisco-! Oakland Terminal Railway Is practi- ;' caliy abandoned with refusal of the company to guarantee relnstuteme of the striking employes pending; ar bli ration. , mr -jprw mm - . f mn mmmem I I-ill AV.r 1 17 1 VI a """""I I .'VjI SHANO COLLINS' BAT STARTS REDS TO THIRD DEFEAT; CINCY RELIEF SHOWS LOADS OF CLASS PITCHER R.H. E. 4 10 .1 17 4 Luque spirit game LONDON It isnt royalty alone that Is coming to America, for here la the chief of British democracy, David Lloyd George, who Is planning to visit the United Slate with his wife as soon as things quiet down In England. , H PRESIDENT REGAINS STRENGTH AND IS KEENLY INTERESTED IN FOOD, BUSINESS TODAY'S SCORE At Cinrinnali 123456789 i Chicago 1 100200O0 Cincinnati 0 00001000 j Batteries: Cicotte and Schalk; Sallee, Fisher, end Wingo. CINCINNATI, Oct. 8. The White Sox fightin; li i'-i iD'.cd a-ain todav. Chicaeo taking the sevent ot Ll.c cciies from the Reds on their own grounds, 4 to 1. .The Cox victory brought the game count for to three in favor of the Reds. ' ' Eddie Cicotte, twice beaten by the Reds, came back and proved himself despite his two earlier defeats. The little veteran worked coolly and effectively throughout, al though frequently in danger. He had just enough in re serve, however, to turn back the National League cham pions, who fought bitterly to the end. The Sox victory was the result of hard, clean hitting off Sallee, whom they drove, mutilated and beaten, to the showers in the fifth. The Chicaffo attack." missing m the j series until yesterday, proved most effective again and tne ox Duncnea ineir mis, delivering in uie pmciie iiu when runners were waiting on the bags. ; Luque, reserve pitcher who finished for the Reds, did not allow a hit and showed a lot of class by fanning four Sox batters in the first two innings he worked. Tin; lixecp. Cincinnati. Rath, 2. Daubert, lb, Groh, Sb. ADAMS SCHOOL PUPILS oonj riLrill IMLA III I rillLUi W ilton 1 '""eh improved today, it la isan.? at a flat on will ba eliminated. Charl ten's plana equipped with a Rolla Xoyoe motor, will furnish a a;ood com parlaon with the Liberty motor, with which moat of the other plane nre englned, in the lona; diatnnct teat. COUNTY PASSES AT PILOT J. Warner and F J. the committee In will aeat 8000 persona. Following; it. supper will be aerved In the bnae- Jment of the library building. Walla ' Walla haa taken 300 ticketa to bo sold by the Commercial club. Roads from Pendleton to Milton are )ln very good ahape, theWarren Con Mra. Hennerett Smith, aged 98. ao- j "truction Co.. reported today. The knowledged to be the oldeat woman Pvlng Is laid virtually to Athena, in Umatilla county, and known as :whlrh ho dlatance. and bc- "Granny" Bmtlh, died last night at yorid there are no bad apota. Several her home In Pilot Rock after a ahort."to parties from here are already lllneaa brought on by a cold. Up to i planned. four or five days ago, Mra. Smith haa Quite a nirmber from Milton were David B. Hill, H McMonles are charge. "Milton haa boosted numerous lo cal enterprlsea and it la up to Pendle ton to reciprocate," Dr. Hill said to- ilflv. "Miltnn not nniv wnnta tho ft - nancial support of Pendletonlane. but ' P1 P- WW hearers the their attendance as well. They prom lae an excellent concert and the cause Is a benefit to the whole county." j umei una ui ine viusa 01 ine meeting i the principal asked that literature be ordered so that a thorough study might be made. Although tomorrow, October 9 .learned unofficially at the white School children of Adams were giv- house.. His appetite Is much better en an address on fire prevention this 'and he is very anxious to leave his morning by Fire Chief W. B. Ringold. j bed. Mr. Ringold gave a practical demon- Wilson's keen interest In the indus atratlon of the common causes of fires j trial conference In which he had ln and methods of prevention and im- j tended to participate has made it dlf- ce his illness be Orders HrcakfnKt. I For the first time this week the ; president is interested In f&d. H j asked for soft boiled eggs for break ! fast. Afterward he expressed a de- sire to rcejve several persona on of ficial business, finally remarking that FULL INFORMATION FOR COMPLETE CENSUS URGED AT MEETING Chicago J. Collins, rtV E Collins.. .St; Weaver. 3 b Jackson, If. Felsch, cf. Oandil, lb. i;l.lcrfr. ' ? IlT.W c. Cicotte, p. Commercial Association Also , Endorses Milton Enterprise, Thanks Library Committee, Votes to Pay Breach. I importance of care at all times. j Twenty-two questions which con stitute a common qule on fire causes 'and effects, were .read by the fire has been sot aside as fire prevention day, I the local schools will not observe the day until Friday when a regular pro gram witl be given CURTAILS LOANS HERE been In excellent health. Her mem- present last evening at the Civic Club ory remained clear to the last. concert and many Pendletonlans feel Mra. Kmlth was born in New Tork, that they owe a debt to Milton. The and went from there to Wisconsin ( committee fa asking full cooperation and thence to Iowa, coming to Pilot , In ita efforts to dispose of the 400 Rock 29 years ago, accompanied by tickets it pledged. -her husband. Luclon Smith. The lat- ter died six years ago at the age of 0. She remembered clearly the events of the Civil War in which one of her sons, Ira Smith, was killed while fighting for the North. She also re called the death of her father, a vet eran of the war of 1812, who wna MwnAj In in. Uiianti rlvop when Mr., smith waa a child. ! Umatilla County presents the poor- m. Rmlth has been making her !es' prospect for. the fnrm loan bustn- home with her aon. Pearl Smith, and, dlatr'ct In Idaho or Ore- has been doing the cooking aa well 1 K a representative of Hlbhard Bros, as canning and preserving, In aplto , f Portland, wild while In Pendleton of her age. (yesterday. He attrlbutea the amall Besides her son, Pearl Smith. Mrs. : farm loan business here to the general Smith la survived by the following Prosperity of the farmers, children: Perlam Smith and Flora) The Portland banker's statement Is Smith who live In Iowa, and Charles j backed up by local dealers In farm Umlth. of Mlnneaota. ' Ira. Klmer and loans. He declarea that the demand Frank Smith are deceaaed. tor farm loana la less here than In Funeral aervlcea will be held to- any place in, the middle west, where morrow at S o'clock In Pilot Rock, he haa had much experience In that with the Rev. Blckford officiating. line of banking. REMARKABLE VOICE OF FRENCH SOPRANO CHA RMS A UDIENCE Pendleton people showed much appreciation of the remarkable tal ent of Madame Francesca Zarad, French soprano of the Chicago Grand Opera company, who appeared In concert at the Oregon theater . last night, under the auspices ot the Civic Club. A voice of unusual fibre and sweet ness, together with a charming stage . presence, combined to make Madame Zarad's program one of great beauty. Her English numbers were sung with Much dramatic power was shown in her rendition of "Vissi d' Arte," aria from La Tosca, while she put much personality Into the singing of "II Haclo." "The Uist Rose of Bummer." and "The Rosary." two of Madame Za rad's English numbers, were sung with rare feellug by tho soprano. She concluded her program with a spir ited singing of "When the Boys come Home." Miss Mary Phlllipa added much to the evening by her artistic accompanl- slight French accept which en- Tnents. She is a finished pianist and hanced the? charm. Madam Zarad was twice encored by the audience preceded each French aong with a i after she played "A Sigh." by Liszt, hart eplanatlon-In English. jand Flat Schcrso by Chopin. That every man woman and child Dr. Grayson showed remarkable In- in Pendleton and ITmatilla county, to- abllity to get in touch with the mengether with all their resources, may he wanted to ccr.suTt. j be listed in the 1920 federal census. The physicians are not yet ready to I the Pendleton Commercial Association abandon the rest cure. Exertion, last night went on record "as favoring n ..uat.l v w :a campaign oi euuuaiiunai tiuuiim;. not agliaie wou,d ,. , D, nrt rtoanlta hi. InJn m i l his mind with the conference or other ...,., ,Vi, ' . ' m , ' ' ' "- public business, it was stated at the c taking of the census during Jan- h.,- , 'ions concerning the industrial con- Uiary and be prepared to give full in- " . fcrencc and the i ence treaty situnfo,. "formation on all questions asked. It is learned the presx cnt yeste!-l Kndorsc Benefit. lonunucs impnuvcmcnu j lay persuaded :-s. Wiiton to t:"- The u aii.mii., ucl a. jne pres- pnone secretary Tumult; to. get :ic ficult tor his physicians to keep his mind off of it. He has insisted on being informed of what is being ac complished. If the rest cure which Dr. Grayson prescribed is to be a suc cess the president must ident continues to library benefit concert to be 1 held in Milton Thursday night was be announced on Thursday. uiiuiuiv BiuBu. i m :".-. i i.HH 1 1 1 1 r it Tne nflncin a n. . r . ... - . . . . . . . Thi nroirrnm will i.... . . J . . I B" en tne nearly enuorsemeiii oi i.ie , ..... )nUiu ol -mi,tr,iii7fiL iu.ii ma ijii aiuiaus veiiiiii-r seemeu to nave a KOOd eiT' . Rouai:h, cf. . Duncan, If . - .. Kopf, N'ea.'e, rf. Wlngo, c. Sallee, p. : First Inning. Chicago J. Collins singled; 15. Collins sacrificed; Weaver filed to Rousch; Jackson singled, scoring; J. Coilins; Felsch beat out a bunt, send ing Jackson to second; GandJI forced Felsch. One run, 2 hits, 1 error. Cincinnati Rath safe on E. Col lins error; Daubert poppe n J5. Col lins; Groh fanned; Rouscn forced Rath, B. Collins 'to Risberg. No runs, no hits, 1 error. Second Inning. Chicago Risberg out, Kopf to Daubert; Schalk lined to KeaJe; Ci cotte out, Groh to Daubert. No runs, no hits, no errors. . Cincinnati Sallee went better this inning, his curves breaking; nicely across the corners. Duncan filed to J. Collins. Kopf singled to left center: Neale fouled to Weaver; Kopf out. stealing, Schalk to Risberg. No runs. I Issued today. . "He is stronger today on, the (.resident. MUSSING HIS SPAGHETTI . . "m 1 ; association And a committee, consist ing of r. David B. Hill, H. J. War- t nor and P. J. McMonies appointed to -ihan ile the sale of 40 Otlcketti in Ten 1 dleton. F. P. Austin is also working li on the same lines and will cooperate 'J j with the association committee. H. J M. Cockburn, of Milton, former coun ty commissioner, addressed the meet j ing in behalf of the Milton library j association. Pendleton's library committee. which has had the litigation between the city and county libraries dh its hands, whs given a vote of thanks for its able handling of the onerous duties Imposed on it. G. A. Hartman, chair man of the board, presented the bill of costs in the recent suits and the association voted to pay it shortly. It was suggested that there might be a surplus from this year's Happy Can- yon which could be appropriated to ! this end, but as the directors of the j company have not yet closed their af- fairs, It was not possible to say wheth ! er such action would result. Members of the association present ipledged their support to. the nation wide fire- prevention day, which falls on Thursday They promised to ob serve the day and to spread the gospel of ffre prevention. To Pay Mr. Breach. C. O. Breach, formerly leader of the Pendleton bund, was present and I presented his claim for $1-5, money j advanced in the purchase of music for j the organization before he resigned as 'leader. On motion, the association : voted to reimburse Mr. Breach. I Members of the committee which was named by the association o raise j one hit, no errors. - Third Inning. Chicago J. Collins singled, EL Col lins beat out an infield hit; J. Collins went to second. Fisher warming up. Weaver hit into double play, Kopf to Daubert, two out. J. Collins went to third. Jackfeon singled to left, scoring J. Collins. Felsch forced Jackson, ' Kopf to Hath. One run, 3 hits,' no r-: rors, Cincinnati Wlngo walked: Sallee fouled to. Felsch Rath forced Wingo Risberg to E. Collins Daubert lined to Cicotte No runs no hits no errors Fourth Inning. Chicago Gandil flied to Neale: Rls- ' berg fouled to Daubert; Schalk sin gled. Cicotte flied to Rousch. No runs, 1 hit. no errors. Cincinnati Groh out. E. Collins to Gandil; Rousch out. R. Collins to Gandil. Duncan out. Weaver to Gan dil. No runs, no hits, no errors. ' ' Fiftl. Inning. - . - - ... Chicago J. Collins flied to Neale; Fl Coilins singled; Weaver was safe on Grohs error; Jackson safe on Raths error; Felsch singled to center, scoring E. Collins and Weaver; Jack so took second; Fisher now pitching for Cincinnati; Gandil out. Fisher to Daubert ; Jackson went lo third. Felsch to second. Bressler warming up. . Risberg fanned. Two runs, a hits 2 errors. Cincinnati Kopf flied to Jackson; Xeale singled to feft; Wingo walked; Reuther batting for Fisher;' Reuther fouled to Weaver; Luque warming up , for Cincinnati; Rath out. Weaver to Gandil. Xo runs, one hit, no errors. Sixth liming. Chicago Schalk filed to Duncan. 'funds for the support t wen censured by those present meeting Mr. the band Cicotte fanned. J. Collins doubled to their tardiness in ! Breach's obligation. j Secretary C, K. Cranston was or ;der?d to represent the association at the meeting of the Oregon State Asso ciation of Onmr"erc:T Secretaries, (which meets at Salem November 17 jam! IS. j Ton new members were nominated jnnd elected io the association. The : uttcnd:ince was cloe to 40. t.. .... for ieiu iuque now piwning for Cincin nati, starting sixth inning. E. Collins fanned. No runs, 1 hot. no errors. t inclnnati Iaubert fanned. f Continued on page . j Funeral of lrs. FtHsom. The fniu'ivl of tin iate Mrs. Gil man Kolsom w held this afternoon from the J. V. Tall man residence. ;T1ie Rev. Alfred Lock wood officiated. ! Much symruthy Im felt for the be- rrn ved re I a t i f s of M rs. Folsom And inuuiy t'lorul offering: were received. ' droit THE WEATHER FORECAST Tonight rain nd cooler. Thursday fa Id.