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DAILY EAST OREQOOTAH, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 15, 1922.
PAGE FIVE People Here and There BE RELAYED 24 HOURS tin PAGES the! s itl Ion. j hasl rtilli .1 i ! K A Cluulos Dallas of lieho was hole to- show, which was Ihe inspiration for.voli, will run for four days, tomor- dav on business. his visit. low being the last day. This is an unusually long run lor a picture and Fled Hansen, ("old Springs fanner, Klnn-r Stork', member of the imie- the time extension is made because was a visitor in Pendleton today. ment firm of Sturgis and Storie, was .t lie picture is a most unusual one. It Here today trom Ins nome in nana i icatures ltuuolnh Valentino, I.ila Lee .1. V. nrown is in the undertaking business at Echo. He and Mrs. IJrown were Pendleton visitors today. J AValla. Ho will attend the Hound-Up,' this year as usual. News Notes of Pendleton Earl Jlilliurn, formerly employed In the mechanical department of the Kast Uregonian, is a visitor in the city. He is pressman for the Central Oregonian at Prineville and a resident of the central Oregon town. Never- Will Jlun JYhu- Days. theless he is sporting a big Round-Up The famous photo play hat and will be here until after the Sand and Mta Naldi. The "story is by Ibancz, author of "The Four Horse men of the Apocalypse." The pic ture is rated as one of the best of the year and was shown recently in Portland. Blood and now being shown at the Hi - 2 IN OUR DAIRY DEPARTMENT Whipping Cream, Commercial Cream, Sweet Pure Milk, Cottage Cheese. Our Milk and Cream is properly pasteurized and cooled which insures you of the best. All kinds of Fruit and Melons. Clover Leaf Ice Cream IN OUR MEAT DEPARTMENT Fancy Veal, Frys and Roasting Hens. All cuts in Beef, Pork and Mutton. Yon will find our Meat and Dairy Departments full of fcood things, just what you need for a quick meal or lunch uuiiigne .nuurici-.ljp yv eek. , Clover Leaf Dairy and Market Phone 55 521 Main St. Yours for better meat and tlairy products. t HOOVER 10 IRY TO END Fl WASHINGTON, Sept. 15. (17, p.) -The twin problem of preventing fuel shortage and prol'iteeriner in coal were considered today by Presi dent Harding and his cabinet and by Secretary of Commerce Hoover anil representatives of the railrmwls I other public utilities, coal producers I and big industries. No definite plan I of action was fnrmninto.i iv.- i, cabinet pending ; the action 'of the Hoover coal conference. . JACKSON, Calif., Sept. .-(!'. P.) Increased difficulty of working conditions in the thirty six hundred foot level of the Kennedy mine to day threatened to delay rescue work at least another twenty four hours, or until Monday. Only twenty two feet has been made during the last twenty four hours, twenty two feet still remaining. They must blast the drift. Seventy six feet remain in the thirty nine hundred foot level. Hope raised hero this morning when Dr. L. H. Duschak, consilium's chemical engineer of the state Industrial acci dent commission tested the aid and announced the possibility of the presence of pure air on tile twenty fom hundred foot level where the forty seven miners are entombed. FOP.E1GX QUAUTKR (Continued from page 1.) MODERN CRANKCASE CLEANING SERVICE Catol Flushing Oil for safe, thorough cleaning and Zcrolene for correct re filling. Look for the sign. STANDARD OIL COMPANY (California) a of massacred victims arc In Ing incin erated behind the wall-, of fire, offi cial dispatches hero todav slated. A hundred thousand persons f:H-o denin from fire and starvation. The Brit ish 'battleship Iron O'ike wirelessed: "Unbroken wall of fire two miles long. Flames leaping hundreds of feet. Into the' air. Dense mobs of fu gitives huddled on ouayi forced to choose between death by flames or in deep water. Screams vt terror are heard for miles." COXTMMTIOX OF COl'XTV 1 WJiM (Continued from page 1.) larceny, TOKIO. Sept. 15. (IT. P.) Rus sian delegates to the Chang Chun con ference between the ' Japanese and soviet Russia accepted the Japanese proposals regarding the conference scope and Japan will recognize the Japanese proposals regarding the con- icience scope and Japan will recog-1 nize the Moscow delegates as repre senting both the Moscow government and the Chita government of the far eastern republic, and Russia will enn- sentto discuss all matters pertaining to the Russo-Japanese relations well as strictly oriental questions'. Conroy's Cash Grocery Co. Best Hard Wheat Flour, sack 1.70 Armour's Veribest Syrup, gallon tin 40c Bst Solid Pack Corn, 7 cans $1.00 Carnation Milk, 10 cans $1.00 Corn Flakes, 10 for $1.00 12 oz. Strawberry Preserves 25c Special Blue Enamel Mixing Bowls and Wash Basins, each 25c White Dinner Plates, No. 7, set $1.15 Special Comb Honey, each t ...20c Schillings Best Coffee, 1 pound 40c Schillings Best Coffee, 5 pounds $2.00 Van Camps Pork & Beans, No. 2, each 15c Tea Garden Syrup, gallon .....$1.30 iai.mhi.v, Sept. 15. Anxious to have a waist "like a wasp", the wife of a llerlin tradesman followed the instructions of an antifat specialist. with the result that, in the course of i few weeks, she reduced her weight by one-third. Incidentally, however, she became extremely pale and, in the eves of her I husband, lost her personal charm. He applied for a divorce and the I court granted his claim. DYE OLD DRESS Buy "Diamond Dyes" and follow the simple directions in every package. Pon't wonder whether you can dye or tint, successfullly, because perfect home dyeing is guaranteed with Dia mond Dyes even if you have never dyed before. Worn, faded dresses, skirts, waists, coats, sweaters, stock ings, draperies, hangings, everything, become like new again. Just tell your druggist whether the material you wish to dye is wool or silk, or whether it is linen, cotton, or mixed goods. : Diamond Dyesl never streak, spot, fade or run. ! ' , ' Your At laiviteo.'. glees of assault, adultery, forgery and traffic violation Floyd Hall, Pendleton man, is charged with assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill for the al leged shooting of his wife, Elsie Hall, .May 1.1, ids", ife in at liberty under bonds of $.-.,000. Fred Blake and James Hyan charged witli assault with a deadly weapon and robbery in con nection with a robbery at Huron sev eral weeks since, will appear in court tomorrow mor ling to plead. J. 11. Clifford was relieved of about $f2) in casli and checks in the robbery with which the men with two others, whose identity is unknown, are charged. Ray McCarroll Is charged with full ing'to give one-half of the road to Dr. I' V. Prime April 21 of this year. The Henniston man was Injured when the two cars collided a short distance from Athena. Ross Eminett and Jennie Van Pelt are charged with adultery. A similar charge is made against Orace Toggle and Herbert Yox. The Toggle woman in said to be in the Washington state penitentiary at Wal la Walla now. l.ouis Illahm is charged 'with as sault and battery against the person of J. E. Short. The trouble over which the indictment resulted occur red at Rietli this summer. Both men are raljroad shop men. J. P. Perbrasche is charged with forgery. He uppeared before the court this morning, waived his ar raignment and entered a plea of guilty to the charge. Arthur and Victor C.ulllford were charged with the theft of a marc. They were arraigned In court this morning and will plea tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock. J. W. Hndley is charged Willi adultery. M. P. IJnd sey, charged with assault with a dead ly weapon in connection with the in jury of railroad men near Hcrmiston tins spring, entered a plea of nol guilty this morning In court. A not true bill was returned in the case of c. F. Smith of Athena, charg ed with the embezzlement of funds from a grain company. called to the pastorate .of Trinity church will move his family here from Scllwood October 1. Mrs. J. M. Bentlcy has gone to Heppner to attend tho wedding of Geo. W. Wells, ex-deputy county clerk of Morrow Co. The Hoardman cattle, 1300 head filled fitly cars making four trains. These cattle were shipped to Deer Lodge, .Montana, over tlie W. & C. R. and N. P. from this city yestor- d.'iy. Mrs. Frank Rounds and son lioy PEARLS arc always admired by the lady of re finement and we have indestructible pearls priced from $5.00 upwards, per strand. We have an ideal strand of pears of beautiful lustre and perfectly match ed, with a white gold clasp, price $15.00. will spend Minnesota. the winter at Winona, . 0 Rsrdtfrton , m iv,,iva?i i lis I The Largest Diamond Dealers in Eastern Oregon P. IS. 'Vnt.on, agent for Hamilton & II on rice at Mission received wluit he claims is a record for wheat per bushel. From Thas. Effort hy wheat there were 55 sacks and the average was 157 U-1 1 pounds to the .sack. A portion weighed 1 G 3 pounds to the sack. The M. Werk Co. Products Quality and Efficiency. Most for the Money. Ask Your Nay bur. x.vrntK i.ovks i:i:k;iit counts We see the truth of this statement in the varicolored flowers, the vivid i sunsets, the hirds of hrllliant plum age. Hut we never see It exemplified more attractively than in the person of a splendidly healihy woman. How does nature paint this henllh? Why, in the rosy cheeks the transparent xkin the smooth red lips of such a woman. And she molds it in firm flesh and rounded contours. The nil iru' woman is deficient in natural coloring, and she does not even ap pear to advantage in clothes that ivouh' set off her more attractive sis- 'er. Miinv women whii Inoir for irlmv- iug Ik tilth will find that they, too, .can 'J i. : i. tr iu ...ot ..; ! 'A i ; i . luetic column ti uic. ivi u set" n trim to that remedy . which brings -.1 rei'Mtli to frain women T.ydia K. I'inki'em's Vegeluhle Compound. . Work's Washing hieliliic Soup Work's Pleating llath Soup W ork's Skin Soup XANO Ideal Sanitary Koaip Work's Kcd 1)11 Soup, "The Old Reliable. Gray Bros. Grocery Co. Alexanders .i, , - . - JlLUCilCT CtWMJTTlTK (dntlnued from page l.) Come in Saturday and inspect our new Delicatessan Department. A new steam table keep hot ior you Chili Con Came, Roast Pork, Roast Beef and Pork and Beans. We have Salads, Cakes, Pastries and make Sandwiches to order. The Fruit Display is complete in every line. BANANAS, SPECIAL, 30c DOZEN. In Vegetables we will have Cauliflower, Yellow Corn, Green Beans, Lettuce, Radishes, Onions, Ripe Toma toes, Cucumbers, Squash and Pumpkins, and all vege tables of the season. Your order goes out to you as you would like it. The Green Grocery PHONE 666 In addition to members of the city council and mayor, five mcimbers of the citizen's budget committee wore present last evening. They were J. L. VauBlian. chosen chairman; C. o. Matlock, elected secretary of the com mittee; Pen Jj. BurroURhs, X. D. Swcaringen and E. B. Aldric.h. 28 MS AGO " .' i .i 2 i m (r i ) titrect Commissioner Nye and VV'ni. d Hulton are rcplunking; the Main street bridge. R, II. F". Ogle was a Pendleton viMtor F'Buturday. mi A K. Gilliam, county as4"sor-elcct A moving his family to J'endJeton thij 5;" i : Miss Zella Mat hew left Sunday1 jfor Pleasant View to b) Kin a term ' 6 'Of school. V Miss Viola rahonn expect to go K to Tacoma Thursday to take a J year's couif" In vocal training. j A Mi.w Mannah and ftete Sit A ler nill leave Tliurmlay to beiin their winter Indies at Annie Writit i';iuinar- at Tacoma. fj, .'ounty Jurisc Martin has appoint. ft C. S. Jackson. K. I. 'loi.ton and d H. C Guernacy appraiwr for a A portion of the Thompson estate. y Legal Guaraatee Giveru A Nn need of Knife w jKiiii--continue Work. I 5 Auk. to ccc (lit'-o-iitB File lrciilmenL. rAI-LiVIAN At CO. Main and Allft Hta. THREE GOOD BRICK LAYERS WANTED by Taylor & McLeod, Wulla Walla, Wash, fen dollars a day. About 23 months' work. Quality Butter IS THE Oregon Rose Brand It Is Different Churned from FRESH NEW CREAM produced from the ALFALFA MEADOWS on the Hermis ton project. ' : Ask your Grocer for Oregon Rose Butter. Hermiston Creamery . Co. HERMISTON, ORE. (From The Daily Kast Oregonian, September IB, 1894.) C. K. Hoowevelt ttpent Sunday in Walla Walla. Joe X. Teul is up from 1'ortlund. JultUH Jcvy of Wulla Walla is iu the city on his way home from Ka Grande where he has beeu on busi ness. Mish flattie J'urinKton of Taeoina is guesf of Mrs. S. I. Htur(fi. Mitu Purington formerly resided in this city. Miss Iuca Itowmun of the Kast OreKonian omposinjf force left to day for a week'H visit at tarhui k. Mrs. James Crawford is visiting in Spokane. Despain Cash Grocery Phone 880 209 E- Court 5t. SUGAR Wc offer Sugar for Saturday only SACK $7.90 BUTTER Gold Crest Brand 2 Pound Roll 93c CRACKERS 5 Pound Box 70c Tin Bread Box $1.23 LARD Saturday Special. No. 10 Pail for $1.49 10 Net Armour Lard for $1.69 BACON Fine grade Eastern bacon, 3 Pounds for $1.00 KELLOGGS CORN FLAKES With your order Saturday for Corn Flakes, Free, one Jungle Book for Children. 2 Packages 23c, or 9 Packages $1.00 Buy these, they are fine for children MS 11 CORN Extra Good Standard, 7 Cans $1.00 PEAS Extra Good Standard, 6 Cans $1.00 PEACHES Extra good Standard, 5 Cans $1.00 HOMINY Van Camp's Brand 3 Cans '$1.00 PORK AND BEANS, Van Camp's Brand, small, 10 cans $1.00 TOILET GRADE Good grade paper, 17 rolls $1.00 TEA GARDEN PRESERVES, all kinds, 3 jars $1.00 SOP Two kinds. Polar White or White Wonder, 2i bars $1.00 FREE JUNGLE LAND BOOK WITH ORDER FOR CORN FLAKES. I n m i 'iPI ! j ' 4 K If i 1 1 Hew O. A. McKlnkf lo has Ixt nlgi