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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 14, 1921.
News Notes of Pendleton j
CALENDAR Or EVENTS
April 7 to 16 Annual Clean
May t County school Orato
rical and Declamatory Contest,
at high icliool auditorium.
May 7 County school track
and field meet at Round-Up
May 11, 12, 13 State Parent
Teacher Association convention.
May 81, June 1 and 2 State
convention of Oregon Federation
of Women'a clubi.
June 14, 15, 16. fitate con
vention of the O. A. It.
September 22, 23, 24 Annual
0M-nH lurtlund Offitw I
Dr. T. M. Henderson, former Pendle.
ton physician has opened an office In
tho Helling bulldinar In Portland and
will specialise In dlseasci of the nose,
throat and ear only.
Till In "Humane Wwk"'
This week Is "llumano Week," sol
nslde by the national Humane Society
and local teachers are calling the at
tention of school pupils to the need for
klndnosH to animals. Next Sunday,
April 17, la. "Humane Sunday."
Hoy t'onvu lowing,
Walter Adams. 12 year old boy who
was Injured Monday when run over by
a truck, la convalescing at Ht. , An
thony's hospital. The boy, who was
riding a bicyclo, had been "trailing"
a truck, in some Way he fell frmn tho
bicycle and wan hit by tho machine.
C. M. Ityneraon, editor of tho Stule
Labor Press. ,
MIhs CViMhimiil lo visit.
JIlss Helen Crlssman, field secre
tary of the W. W. (., will be In Pen
dleton Friday cvenhiK ami will apeak
In tho Itaptlst church at 1:16 p. m. All
Pondleton women are eligible to nt
tend the meeting; and Miss Crlssman
Is especially anxious to meet the young
M hh lto In HON)lUll.
Miss Hiwe Itoss was injured several
days ago when she run a needle Into
her right wrist. The Injury proved so
severe that an operatiun wus perform
ed this morning with the result it
was discovered a portion of the needle
had broken off in the wriat. Miss Koss
Is at Ht. Anthony's hospital.
Order Arc Jtoeelved.
Advance orders for "I-et 'er Buck,"
Kounil-lTp book which Colonel Charles
Wellington Furlong Is writing, are nl
j ready coming In to Fruzler's book
I store, where the book will be placed
on sale. It will be in the hands of the
publishers May IS,
MoctbvT Ik I "outlined,
The open meeting of tho Central
Labor Council, announced by the Kast
Oregonian for tonight, has been post
poned until tomorrow night as some
of the speakers will be unable to ar
rive here toduy. Speakers tomorrow
night will be Otto Hartwlg, president
of the Htnte Federation of labor, and
Now i? the Time to
pack your eggs
Guaranteed Strictly Freh Eggs
WATER GLASS IN ANY QUANTITY
The Meat Department Offers
FRESH SHRIMP MEAT
YOU CAN DEPEND ON "101"
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
301 East Court Street
Private Exi-liango Connects Both Department,
Award 1ty printing
Contracts for tho city lesal printing
and Job work were let Inst night by
the city council when bids that had
been submitted were given considera
tion. The Job work contract was given
to H. W. Ireland, and the printing ot
the city legal notices wus awarded to
How does the busy little monk improve each waiting
He scratches his head from morn till night, because
there's millions in it.
There may not be a million in it for you, but there
is a 25 per cent discount, and that helps some.
An accumulated stock unable to be moved when the
moving was supposed to be good, now necessitates the
mowing down process. Your opportunity to buy now
anything from the high grade well selected stock of
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry in
H anscom's Jewelry Store
When in doubt ask Hanscom.
Hotel Pendleton Block
Got Money and Watch
A thief or thieves entered the home
of J. W. Evans on Franklin street
Wednesday afternoon during the ab
senco of the members of the family
and secured money and Jewelry of
considerable value. A lady's wrist
watch with Elgin movements was se
cured, and between forty and fifty dol
lars In cash has been missed. The po
lice are working on fhe case which
bears the ear marks of'boing dono bv
timid Cifta Approval.
The bond of the Warren Construc
tion Co., for the Improvement of Lin
coln street, which was submitted last
night to the city council was accepted
and approved. The street committee
reported that a petition presented by
property owners a week ago relative
to conditions In the Pcnland Bros.'
barn was given consideration and an
investigation made which resulted In
the committee finding that no change
was necessary. The report was ac
cepted. Councilman Willard Bond
said that no report would be made by
tho police committee as yet.
Work on liulldlng Itogliw
I'rellminary work In the construc
tion of the new 1200,000 addition to St.
Anthony's hospital has begun, says P.
A. Baillorgeon, builder, of Seattle, who
has been awarded the contract and
who Is In the city today. As builder,
Mr. Baillargeon is making tho plans
for the addition and states that the
hospital besides accommodating 82
patients, will be so constructed as to
provide quarters fdr double that num
ber should an emergency arise. The
building will be four stories high. Jlr.
Baillargeon was the builder of the
boy's dormitory, a recent addition to
St. Joseph's Academy.
Universal Coal and Wood
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A FULL LINE Of COMBINATION RANGES
BURNING GAS, COAL OR WOOD
Universal Stoves &FumacQS
CrnK'Ntniits to 1h 1nwn
Contestants who will compete as
representatives of the district of Pen
dleton and vicinity in the county ora
torical and declamatory contest here
May 7 will be chosen tomorrow and
Saturday at the Pendleton high school.
The Pendleton high school is the only
high school In the district and the two
representatives from the school "will
be chosen tomorrow morning from
among the members of the public
speaking and dramatic classes. Satur
day evening, two pupils from each of
the grade Bchools will compete, each
pupil being from the first or second
division. The first division consists of
the third, fourth and fifth grades and
tho second of the sixth, seventh and
eighth grades. Lincoln school will en
ter Robert Bishop' and Fred Bennlon
in the sectional contest. Hawthorne
and Washington schools have not yet
chosen their representatives.
Use the Phones
Grocery, Two Phones
78 and 79
TEX DLETOS'B IEAII0 TORE
Use the Phones
Grocery, Two Phones
78 and 79
NEW SPRING CLOTHES
WITH A REPUTATION
Smart, correct style; choice all-wool fab
rics; fine hand-tailored workmanshij) the
all-important essentials which make for real
quality iu clothes are now, as always, fea
tures of our
FASHION PARK SPRING SUITS
FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN
' ' ill
There are no better or more stylish
clothes made; and few as good they're equ
al in every way to most custom-tailored gar
ments there are stylish models, weaves
and colors to fit every man.
Other Spring Suits 825 to $45
Spring Topcoats, $25 to $50
TMLontDxr i-asihos r.M
An e x c 1 usive
ture evolved by
. Fashion Park de
signers as a
treatment of the
close fitting coat
which gives It
line and adds to
TULORED AT F.SIfIO'EUUC ta COmfort.
chief considered the equipment high
ly desirable. Uids will be advertised
for In the regular manner. Some dis
cussion resulted when the suggestion
was made that the set already here
from Portland be purchased, but the
council decided to secure bids.
Total EcllPMC April 22. '
A total eclipse of the moon win De
visible throughout North America
inrii ? The eclipse begins at 1 a. m.
eastern time, reaches totality at 2:24
and end9 at 2:26 a. m.
P. T. A. to Meet
A feature of the meeting of the Par
ent Teacher Association of the Wash
ington school tomorrow afternoon at
til school building will be the prelim
inary contest to determine the two pu
pils who will, represent the school in
tho sectional contest to be held at the
high school Saturday night. The sec
tional contest will determine the rep
resentatives from this district who will
completo In the county contest here
May 7. At the P. T. A. meeting. Mary
Scaefer, third grade: Thelma Morris,
fourth grade; Hope Newcomb, fifth
grade: Lucile P.cck, sixth grade; Char
les Newton, seventh grade and Car)
Kinehart, eighth grade, will compete
and two will be chosen to represent'
Washington school In the sectional
contest, ltesides the Tecltations to
morrow, there will be musical nunibert
by the third grade, the seventh grade
boys, a piano solo by Charles Kndicott
and music by Miss Clara Griggi
Will Buy Dcliigo Sot.
Tho lity will purchase a deluge set
for use with the new fire engine, ac
cording to a decision made last night
after It became known' that the fire
No cigarette has
the same delicious
flavor as Lucky
Lucky Strike Is the
Pictures by Moorliouso.
Several pictures laKen oy aiuj.u
T oo Mnnrlxmse are used in Illustrat
ing "Fifty Year of Make Believe," by
Frederick Ward. The aumor sem
Maior Moorhouse a copy of the book
which he received today.
The bumper on a light car was Jam
med and the fender of one of the Pen
land Brothers' trucks was bent this
morning when the two machines col
lided on the corner of Garden and
Webb streets. The driver of tho tour
ing car Is unknown. Two cars collided
this morning near the Hotel St.
George but neither was damaged.
Consider Itcnnm'Jig Streets.
fnmn.illooM ronrnHOntinC the cltV
council the Commercial Association
and the Rotary club win meet mis
evening at tho city hall to discuss the I
matter of changing the present sys- j
tem"of city street names and numbers. I
Tentative changes have already been
discussed, and tonight's meeting is ex
pected to result in a careful consider- :
ation of the various changes.
, . t
Fruit Market ITonitoln,?. ' !
Market Conditions for Umatilla
county cherries look very favorable to
Fred Bennion, county agriculture
agent who while in Chicago attended
tho big grain convention and learned
that half the cherry crop in southern
Ohio, Illinois, Indiana and parts of
Missouri and Arkansas were destroyed
by a cold snap. All apricots and half
the peaches were destroyed also but
the applo crop was untouched. l,n the
northern region of the states, the
crops were not far enough advanced
to be- damaged. Utah, Mr. llennkm
slates, recently experienced the heav
iest snow of the winter, which serious
ly damaged tho peach crop prospects.
At the same time the grain meeting
was held in Chicago, a fruit meeting
wlw held and a "Committee of Twenty
one" appointed to take up the matter
of fruit marketing and tho question of
Wages Committee for Scotland, an
authority on that subject. He declared
In an address he delivered the other
day on "The World's Wheat" that the
world's supply for the current cereal
year is more than eipini to the demand,
and he predicted that on August 1 next
there would be a surplus of exportable
wheat left in the exporting countries.
But, he said, this surplus, outside of
Russian and India, would not be largo
nnd.lf the world's future weather prov
ed unfavorable, the fall in the world's
price of wheat might be checked and
the price might even rise again.
For the world as a whole, he said,
there is no more reason to fear a future
permanent death of wheat than that
the world will be starved of food gen
erally. He predicted that some time
within the next 20 years the world's
price of wheat, measured in gold, will
return to a level not far from the pre
INGROWN TOE NAIL
TURNS OUT ITSELF
A noted authority says that a few
drops of "Outgro" upon the skin surrounding-
the ingrowing nail reduces
inflammation and pain and so tough
ens the tender, sensitive Bkln under
neath the toe nail, that It can not pene
trate the flesh, and the natl turns nat
urally outward almost over night.
"Oiitgro" is a harmless, antiseptic
manufactured for chiropodists. How.
ever, anyone can get from the drug
store a tiny bottle containing directions.
G rocery Department
Good Prunes, per pound -Oc
Fowler Lemon Cling Peache, No. 2 1-2 can., ea. 25c
Armour Toilet Soap, Witch Hazel, Oatmeal or
gutter Milk, each 05c
Shasta Jelly or Preserves, assorted flavors, each 25c
Swift's White Soap, each 05c
Maine Queen Sardines, each 10c
Hemrich's Mince Clams, each .....20c
Marshmellow Creme, extra fine, 12 oz. jars, each 50c
OTHER NEWS OF THIS
DEPARTMENT ON PAGE 5
IjivikK Anrll H. (A. P.) -The
prospects of the coming world's wheat
crop are favorable and the harvest Is
likely to produce enough to meet the
world's demand, says Sir James Wilson
chairman of the Central Agricultural
Wonderful Values Are Here for You
We have just received a new ship
ment of Stamped Goods. Among them
we have, the All Over Apron, also the
house apron stamped in the best of de
signs, with not too mueh work on them.
Still they are in a class all to themselves.
Our stock is right and so is the price.
Children's Hose, sizes from 4 to 6 1-2,
at 25c the pair. This is not a cheap spec
ial, but worth the money kind. Yoa will
be pleased with them.
Ladies' Hose at 15c the pair.
A BIG SPECIAL
buys the best Coverall
that money can buy.
Making your dollars feel
good can be accomplished by
spending them with this
store. They purchase values
of highest quality marked at
the lowest pric. Our busi
ness policy is one of profit
sharing whereby we save you
money by iilvliur you nioro
for it. Thus the reason for
THE BEE HIVE
"More for Less"
The best Hair Xet on the markt,
2 for 25c
Bugle Beads, Trimming Beads, 15o
Shoo Polish, 1IK '
AVest Electric Curlers, five on the
Darning cotton, Uio ball, 3c
Colored Lawn. Bias Tapes, all colors,
Keep dry baby rubber pants, the
Hand made Chocolates, spec
ial this week, only 50c the pound.
WHILE THEY LAST
buys the best Ladies'
Percale Apron that
money can buy.
A satjifird customer is,
after all, our host advertiM"
ni"Ht. Tills partly accounts
for being one of the ! d
Vfrtiol stortu ill tlile ilt.
In other word we mk
good. Bear this in mind whn
purchasing anything .of this
establish meiit and remember,
H mux he worth the iuu'r
paitl or your iiuhm-jt back. .