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THE DALLE DAILY CHRONICLE, THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1021.
'sons wishing to secure some of the
wheat should make their reservations
nt once, Jackman explained.
Organize Relief Work At a meet
ing of the Ministerial association yes-
Men's Swim Postponed The men's
nlcVtt at it a attftmmlnw tn1.
. . 4 . . terday, the Near East and China relief
been postponed to Thursday n ght, i V , . i a
, r . ... 6" ' I work for Wasco county was organized.
May 5, on account of the community T , ' . , ,
sing tonight 1 ' Bosvte ot Calvary
! Baptist church was elected chairman
. Miss Owsley Resigns Miss Mary' and The Rev. Carl C. Walker of the
Owsley, dfrectof of the teachers' Christian church was elected assistant
training class of the local high chairman. The Rev. Carroll Roberts of
school, has resigned her position the Montavilla Christian church of
here to accept the prlncipalship of Portland will spend two weeks in the
a high school at Palmyra, Missouri. county ln the lntereSt of this work.
Officers Visit Knights Templar ' He is loaned by his church to the
W. G. Shellenbarger, grand command-1 work anu" w111 receive no remunera-
er, and Milton L. Meyers, grand gen- t,on for hIs work here- The Plan Is
eralissimo, of Portland, will visit the for nlm to speakt before every school
Columbia Commandery, Knights Tem- m tne county. J. J. Handsaker of Port
plar, tomorrow night. I ,and' state director of the work, was
present at the meeting. A number of
. Rejjef Address The Rev. Carroll personal letters written by Portland
Roberts who is here in the interest l people who are ln tne famine area
of the Near East and China relief of chJna were read A central corn-
work, will speak at the Christian mjttee is in the process of organiza
church tonight. A baptismal service tion an(j wm make a personal can-
McBRIDE AT LAST
will follow the address.
vass within the next two weeks.
Swimming meet, high school circus,
To Spend Relief Money Here A
communication was received today prjay night
from the Near East and China rellel ,
headquarters saying that all money The Apron and Pastry Sale
given from this county would be which was to be held Saturday, April
spent in the county for flour. ! 30, by the Good Intent society, has
' been postponed to Saturday, May 7. 28
Bible 8tudies Feature Services - -,
An interesting series of Bible studies
following "Main Lines of the Scrip-
An Extra Special
We have a number of styles in; small
tures," is adding to the appeal of sizes in women's oxfords and pumps,
the Thursday evening service of the These are priced very low. They are
Calvary Baptist ch-jrch. Tonight's displayed in our shoe section. Edw. C.
tapic is "Man, and what he may be- pease company. 28,
come." I .
Addition to Committee Miss Pru
dence Patterson instead of Miss Anne
Lang has been named on the Com
munity Service playground committee,
Miss Sophie Messenger's name "has
been added to the music committee
and E. C. Malloy's name to the play
Community Sing A big commun
ity sing will be held at the Vogt
school this evening under the direc
tion of C. L. Pilcher with Mrs. Pilch
er at the piano. Somo songs which
will be used in the Historical pag
eant will be sung. The committee
desires everybody who sings to attend.
Dining Room is Renovated Com
pletely renovated, the Hotel Dalles
dining room will re-open tonight with
its usual dinner service, under the
direction of Kenneth Evans, steward.
Among other Improvements, the
hardwook oak floor was sanded and
polished, now presenting a beautiful
surface, suitable for dancing should
the occasion arise.
Labor Meeting Otto Hartwig,
president of the Oregon State Fed
eration of Labor, will address a mass
meeting tonight in Schanno's hall,
at 8 o'clock. C. M. 'Rynerson, edi
tor of the Oregon Labor Press, will
also talk, using as his subject labor
conditions in the country at the
present time. Ten crafts are now
organized in The Dalles with a mem
bership of 450 persons.
Local Plants to Start Season Pre
parations are being made for the re
opening of the local plant of The
Dalles-King's' Food Products company,
about May 25, according to H. E. RoSs,
resident manager of the plant. The
first work will be the dehydration of
spinach, which will be followed by
work on loganberries, shipped in from
Willamette valley points, Ross ex
plained. According to the preseht plan
Llbby, McNeill & Libby's local plant
will start work on strawberries.
, Y. W. C. A. Circus For the small
sum of 15 cents, old-time followers ot
Bacchus may tomorrow night bring
back fond memories of pre-prohlbf-tion
days. Only memories, however,
for tomorrow night the high school
girls' glee club of the Y. W. C. A. will
stage a circus, with pink elephants,
double-jointed rhinos and all of the
other common curiosities of delir
ium tremen days on exhibition. Tne
circus and side shows will be present
ed in the high school gymnasium and
auditorium. It is being given for the
purpose of raising funds with which
to send a delegation of local girls
to the Oregon state Y. W. C. A. con
ference, to be held July 6 to 14.
Wheat, $25 Ton Wheat, suitable
for seeding purposes, may soon be
secured by Wasco county poultry and
stock raisers at the low price of 25
a ton, according to E. R. Jackman,
county agent. The wheat, a carload
in all, has been secured by Jack
man from a wheat elevator which
burned recently near Condon. It was
dnmagod In the firo to tho extent
of making it unsuitable for milling
purposes, but is as good as any
wheat for feeding purposes, accord
ing to Jackman. Samples may be
' secured at Jackman's office. The car
is expected in The Dalles during the
latter part of this week, aid per-
R. W. Sinclair of Pendleton is at
the Bank hotel.
Mrs. Thoroughboum of Tygh Valley
was shopping in the city yesterday,
Mrs. T. C. Barnett of Moody was
in the city yesterday.
A. J. Connolly of Maupln is here on
Mrs. Ray Harper went to Portland
yesterday to visit her sister.
Mrs. A. H. Gilles of Wamic is reg
istered at tho Bank Hotel.
W. J. Knox of Tygh Valley Is a
visitor in The Dalles today.
J. E. McCorkel of Wapinitla is a
guest at the Bank hotel.
W. R. Howell of Wasco is in The
O. 'B .Robertson of Condon was a
business visitor in this city yeaterday.
Byron Gibson of Bend is a guest at
i H. E. Crawford and J. M. Crawford
of Wfclla 'Walla, are in this city today.
A son, weighing 10 pounds, was
born to Mr. and Mrs. C.,R. Fagan of
Thompson's addition Monday.
N. E. Irvine and A. W. Learned, both
ot 'Arlington, are business visitors
in The Dalles today.
j Mr. atid Mrs. G. Redlngton of Tygh
Valley are visiting with trends in The
I C. L. Stldd of Portland is in The
Dalles in the interests of the Union
Savings and Loan association.
L. D. Fisher of Mosier was in this
city yesterday attending to business
C. B. Dahn of Tygh Valley was a
business visitor in The Dalles yes
terday. ' Mrs. C. G. Nichol and Mrs". H. E.
Bailey of Mosier were shopping in
the city yesterday.
. Miss Lara Clason of Portland ar
rived today to spend the week-end
with Mrs. Thompson Coberth.
' Mr. and Mrs. C. L. King and their
daughter, Miss Edith, ot Spokane, are
registered at Hotel Dalles. They are
motoring from Spokane to Portland.
O. E. Wilson of Mosier was in the
city yesterday to accompany his son
Frank, who has been ill in the hos
pital' for several months, to Mosier
Pastry Sale. -
By ladles of the United Brethren
church at Hill's grocery, Saturday
morning, beginning at 9:30. 29
Bring your family to the circus on
Friday night, high school gym. 29
The Lutheran ladies will serve din
ner from 5:30 to 8 o'clock, ln the basv
ment of the church, Friday evening.
April 29. Seventy-five cents a plain
George McBride is at last managing
the 'Washington team, on which he
played for years as an infieldr. Clark
Griffith, former manager and owner,
announced when turning the reins
over to McBride that he would devote
his time to the business end.
(Continued From Pago 1.)
have staved off .acceptance of Von
The most severe criticism of Von
Simons' course was that by offering
to accept an American decision on
reparations he hafl injured the na
See the WIHlpus-Wallipus Friday
at the high school circus. 29
DEMPSEY WILL WIN WITHIN I
FOUR ROUNDS, PREDICTION
By United Press
OAKLAND. Cal . AdHI 28 Fred
Vtfl Jl n .1 tftWMA 1
Wiusor, uiucuverer uuu mai uiuiioer
of Champion Dempsey:
"Dempsey will win ln four rounds.
Carpentier cannot withstand the at
tnr.k of the chamnlon. Demnsey is n
creul punisher. He doesn't have to j
inflict his damage at long range.
He'll start Carpentier on his way ln
the clinches with short punishing
blows. Carpentier will be ready to
fall when the referee separates
them. Four rounds will do for the
Frenchman maybo less."
The Three Mile Grange will give
a dance at Elton's packing house Sat
urday night, April 30. 29
ting trimmed again 5 to 4. . George
Kelly hit his fifth homer. 1
Detroit pounded Coveleskle hard
and stopped the winning streak of
the Indians by winning, 5 to 2.
Bressler's single in the first inning
with the bases full gave the Reds
a 2 to 1 win over the Cubs.
The Braves put the tomahawk to
work on Cecil Causey in the seventh
inning and scored four runs which
gave them a 5 to 2 victory over the
Duffy Lewis doubled in tho ninth
inning with two on bases and Wash-j
lngton trimmed the Yankees once
more, 5 to 3. I
Hard hitting by the Pirates and
loose fielding by the Cardinals gavo
Pittsburgh a 7 to 4 win.
daylight savings bill was reported un
favorably by the Interstate commerce
(Continued From Page I.)
plainly visible, were moving about
slowly, taking their places In the re
Typing and Stenography
done at reasonable rates. Roslna A
Fleck. Office Hotel Dalles. Real
dence phon red 2332. tf
WATCHING THE SCOREBOARD
By United Frees
Yesterday's hero: Bernie Nels.
Brooklyn's sawed-off fielder evened
the count in the ninth with a bin
gle and scored tho winning run on
Johnston's single, the Giants get-
TODAY IN CONGRESS
By United Press
The finance committee considered
amendments to the American valua
tion and anti-dumping sections of the
Young emergency tariff bill.
Passage of the naval appropriation
bill. Hearings on the anti-grain gamb
ling bill continued before the ngricul
ture committee. The Bergdoll investi
gation committee plans procedure. A
(Continued From Pago 1.)
this summer to sTudyHinterpretntive
dnnctng. As St.,Helens she will be ac
oompanled by 20 children as snow
flakes, who will be directed by Miss
Jamison of the Court street Bchool.
Miss Lela Marsh will direct the danc
ers who accompany Mt. Hood and Mt
Miss Harriet Shrum will have
charge of 12 dancers who will repre
sent tho Chinook winds.
B F. Lnughlln, Mrs. Mary Cuahing,
and George H. Snipes, who came here
previous to tho organization of Was
co county, will have a special place
,Tho ovolutlon of our industries
from the early days to the present
time will be shown. Indian parts will
be taken by the IndlanB from nearby
Union Labor Attention 1
Special open meeting Thursday
evening, April 28, in Labor hall. Otto
R. Hartwig, state president, will ad
dress the meeting. All members and
friends of Union Labor cordially In
vited. The Dalles Central Labor
Union. A. L. McGINNIS,
Special conclave Columbia com
mandery, No. 13, Knights Templar,
Friday, April 29. Lunch at 6:30. Grand
officers will visit. By order of E. C.
Fashion show high school circus
Friday Bight. 29
a tree for
Buy a Tag
Here are complete lines of the sea
son's newest models in Royal Worces
ter, Bon Ton and Gossard corsets in
all sizes. There's a model here for your
figure, and our expert corsetiere will
help you find it. A large range of
prices to meet all demands, $1.50, $2.50
$3.00, $4.00, $5.00 to $15.00.
Grey Suede Slippers
Just arrived an express shipment of the new
Grey Suede Strap Slippers in the famous John
Kelly shoes. The style, quality and excellent
fitting of these shoes are too well known by
women of The Dalles to mention here.
Grey Suede Slippers in high heels $13.50
, Grey Suede Slippers, Baby Louise heels, $11.50
Children's Half Socks, pair, 50c. , Ladies' fine weight Summer Union
Children's 3-4 length Socks, pair, 59c. , Suits, suit 85c.
Children's White Stockings, good Misses' Union Suits, all sizes, sum
quality, long length, pair, 35c. mer weight at 40c, 75c, and 85c suit
At This Season's
Huck Hand Towels, plain white, and
white with red borders, 18x36. Pric
ed at 15c, 25c, 35c.
Turkish Towels, extra good values
to be had now in our Towel Dept.
15x24 inch Turkish Towels, 15c.
Regular sized Towels 25c, 35c, 45c.
20x40 inch, extra weight, fine Turk
ish Bath Towels, 50c, 75c.
Pillow Cases at old-time prices. Lin
en finish, 42x36 inch cases, 25c.
Daisy, 42x36 inch Cases, 35c.
72x90 Pullaway seamless sheets,
good quality torn and hemmed.
81x90 Pullaway Sheets, $1.39.
36 inch Unbleached Muslin, suitable
for all purposes, at old time prices.
Ranging from 9c to 22c yard.
Bleached 36 inch Muslin at 122c,
15c, 20c, 25c yard.
36 inch good medium weight White
Outing Flannel, 25c yard.
Crash Roller Towelings in Bleached
and Unbleached. Priced at 15c,
19c, 20c, 25c, 35c.
36 inch Sateen, all colors. Best stan
dard brands, 35c and 50c yard.
30 inch, Black only, Sateen, 25c yd.
36 inch A. B. C. Silks, all colors, 89c.
36 inch Vanity Silk, all colors, 50c.