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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1918.
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iitMd 11 ts or phe of
Mauley .louelt teiiriis.
tflanley Jewolt of tho (T. 8. HMlogl
eal survey, ruluruud Saturday from'
Malheur and Harney counties, where
li spent some time on official business.
it Mnrrlngo Uceiiwo,
Among the marriage licenses 1k
mied Saturday at Vancouver, Washing
ton, wan one to Paul Henry Lewis, 20,
of Oretown.oregon, and Mlwi Hrma I).
Heacuck, 28, of Pendleton, Oregon.
James Johns hus been appointed ad
ministrator of the VtUate of Maria
a two months' stay In that city. -Mr,
Walker In with the PenUleton Motor
Sales company. '
Oregon fJuiird to Meet.
Plans for a permanent organization
will bo perfected at a meeting tonight
of all men Interested In becoming
members of Compay I of the Oregon
Guard, and all men who have signed
up to join the company. The meeting
Is scheduled for 7:30 and will he held
In the armory.
Is In Ciwery Department.
Italph Hiuwell. formerly empjoyed
Bmlth, deceased. The appraisers . In tho grocery department of the
anecdotes, pictures and poems. The
Pupils have made artistic covers for
ttto books. Seven hundred scrap
oooiis were made In this county by
Junior Hed Cross members.
frn. Spciion Pont ley Ilefmiwil.
Mrs. Spcnca JJently, who has 1)een
suffering from Spanish Influenza at
St. Anthony's hospital, has recovered
and has returned to her homo.
; SHOP EARLY
Buy. a Xmas present each iim6
you're down town.
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SEfivCiJi jouie uunn iwwiu
vtrrt atv.xtv.t i ATvia twav nv. tr.i-.ruTt tqtmas UTTYrxn. vmi will find our plans have
been made to meet your requirements. You will thi s year desire to purchase wisely. To give something:
useful and worth while. You will find this Great S tore fuliy prepared to give you the best of service.
We suggest useful and'praetical gifts of which t his store offers the best selections.
nr-nied are: R. u Smith, D. l John
son and 11. C. Mills.
leoples Warehouse, has retuprned to
his old position, Mr. and Mrs. Hassell
have been living In Athena where Mr.
Hassell was owner of a grocery store,
which he recently sold. They are-e-
Kepali'H ni Presbyterian liurcli.
1'.. T. Ilelts has been granted a per
nilt Jfrom the office of tho city re- j siding on Aura street.
corder to ntke repairs upon the Pres
byterian church on Alta street to tho
extent of $:i5.
Ui'liirn from Sun I-VanrlHco.
Mr. and Mrs! K. T. Walker, who re
ctnily made a motor trip to Pan Fran
cisco, returned yesterday -by train after
Scrap Hooks on Display.
Scrap books made by the pupils of
the Adams school who are members
of the Junior Ited Cross for the use of
hospitals In Fiance, are on display at
Frassler's book store. Each book con
tains a short story and a collection of
101 101 101 101 101 101 101 101 101 101-
Keclpes for the use of apples In ap
ple butter, marmalade, chutney, cat
sup and many other dishes are found
In 150 bulletins received at the office
of Miss ljrene Parker, horne demon
stration agent. The bulletins will be
given away upon appllcallon.
Only 18 More Shopping Days Till Xmas if
APPLES $1.25 to $2.60
RED BEANS, 10c PER LB.
! These are New Crop, Red Mexicans.
J Fine'for CHILL .
Eagle Chili Powder, 20c per bottle.
ORANGE JELLY TURNIPS
The Sweetest, Most Tender Turnips grown.
Fresh from Weston Mountain.
Fine winter keepers, ?2.25 per sack. -
PORTLAND "IIOLSUM" BREAD, 10c.
Fat Young Lambs and Young Milk Fed Veal.
You will like to trade with our Pleasant, Effici
' ent Salesmen.
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
301 K. ffll'RT ST.
rhnucs lOi (Private KxcliatiKR Connoctlm IJoth Uepts.)
: , "YOV CAS AhWAVM DKI'KMI OS Id." -
Adams ns Influenza. ,
Twenty-one cases of Spanish Influ
enza are reported from Adams. The
I'mauna. county rted Cross sent re-, V
lief today and Is planning to assist -In j
securing nurses during the epidemic, j (f
Mrs. Nancy Smith and Miss K. Phil- j X
Hps are In Adapis from Pendleton 1 fl-
acting an nurses. , ;a
. ! -fi7
Clearance of Lovely Nievv
D R E S S E
I'ormei" ppndlcton Men Here. j
K, K. finavely, former Pendleton ;
man employed by the Ieuer Auto
: Company, and J. B- Klklns, also a for- !
j mer resident of this city when em-,
j ployed by the Oregon Motor Garage. !
arrived this morning from Seattle,
I where. tWey are In business at the
; present time. They expect to visit In
' Pendleton for a short time.
May Nro the, Ithlne.
On a copy of the Paris edition or
the New York Herald sent by Hoy W.
Ptltner to F. W. Iampkln, of the East
Oregonlan, the local man enthuses
' (iVpi rh L' ay'c orA nnf aava tia Vi 11, nam a."
; ia get over to tho i thine rwfore ieav- .1
: Uifs for home, November 25. Ritner j
t-xict tn le back in Umatilla county
for a Christmas dinner.
-101 TOT XOT TOI TOT TOI TOI TOT TOT IQT
Will ISecHvo Jluilc:v
Dnrfng: tho "flu" vacation the boys
of the high school, who enrolled
tho Hoys Workers Reserve last
received their enrollment button! and i
v il- 11 it-ii iim tiivy won iu receive
a bronao service badpe If proof was
furnished that they had worked a
certain number of hours during: the
ed In j
$22.50 arid $25.00 .VALUES
Dresses of taffeta, charmeuse,
satins, Georgette and serge, in
navy, black, Copenhagen, brown,
grays, tans, purple; panel and tunic
models . .; - ,
$27.50 AND $33.00 VALUES ,
Serge foullards with embroidered panels, unusual
tunic, braid and embroidered trimming; serge and
satin combination, rich Beaeh satins, serges, taffeta,
Georgette, allcoIors. fecCia.
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Back To Life Again.
The Lids 0f f
Thoroughly fumigated and ventilated.
Tuesday Nit, Dec. 3rd.
I Sawyer's Big Augmented Jazz Orchestra.
AlterKllnst Clmrch Con vein Ion.
Km H. H. Hubbell, pastor of the!
C'hrltlan church here, IS in Portland
attending a session of the pastors from ' V.
ireKon churches who drs to be in- j
structed in the details of gathering a j ff?
larso contribution of funds to finance j AS
all operations of the Christian church- 1 ft
es for 1919. A fund will be createa
t correspond with the United War j 3
Worlt drive recently held. j ir
f'nnin Thruneli Wilhont Injury.
A letter from Verne Boynton in
France, received by his father, F. W.
Boynton, 100 Kast Court street, is
d,tted November 30. the day before
tho stKninff of the armistice. This fact
i a irreat relief to air. Boynton as he ,
now feela assured his son came
throiiKh the final days of tho war
without Injury. I
Want Work in Oresfon and Washing
ton. .tireffon ontl Wa.'lhlnjrton looft prood
t.i trappers In several distant reftlnns,
for the LT. S. KIoloBlcal Survey office,
besides (rettlne reuuests from ail over
the northwest, has received applica
tions from Grand Forks, North Da-
jkota; Anderson., Arkansns: Aurra.
llllnnols; and Juneau. Pennsyl
vania, asklni? that the applicants be
lven jobs in this region.
; $30.00 and $35.00 VALUES
. BOUDOIR CAPS f; ; ;'
Shown in a big variety of dainty shades. These
caps are made large and full, daintily trimmed of
lace' and ribbons. She will like a Boudoir Cap Each
75c to $2.50. , . L.k
... NECKWEAR -., "
A great big showing brand new collar ..and cuff
sets, also vestees; neatly made into the latest styles,
of organdie, voile, net ami Georgette,- etc. Give
neckwear, something that is nractical. Each 50c to
THOSE NEW RIBBON TIES .
we are showing' are the very latest Just the thing to
wear with a waist or one piece dress. Offered in
many eolors. Each ; . . j 35c to 75e
Why of course she will like a set of odd naDkins.
They come in 6 and 12 napkins to the set. Good Qual
ity linen and in most any design you want The set
$2.50 to $12.50.
' Reductipn that 'will amaze ; excep
tionally high class; original models in
tailored effects; braid bound models;
button trimmed and new fastenings;
serges and wool yelour; navy, black,
oxford. . '. .
Giv6 her one of our new colored Umbrellas this
Xmas. She will appreciate it. These come in colors
of green, brown, grey, navy and purple, with trim
mings to match; short handles, 8 and 10 ribs. Each
$5.00 to $10.00. , r4 J1ti
j Iloys Did tlm Work.
j About two weeks ago somebody
; entered ihehouse f Uncoln York, 7"3
lAsh street, taking: a 22 rifle, a 9m all
j revolver, quantity of shot Run chellH.
and a numnfr 4of other pmnJl articles.
ft iookeil like the work of boys an3
i ho it proved yesterday afternoon when
Chief Hobertrt recovered all the things
( Initen and got the story from the three
small boysf who did the work. '
SAUER KRAUT, neW pack, quart 1 5c .EASTERN BUCKWHEAT FLOUR, lb.. i5c
PEANUT BUTTER best grade, lb. 30c, ORANGES, getting cheaper 65c, 75c, 85c per dozen.
MINCE MEAT, JNone-buch, pkg 15c , QUALITY SERVICE
THIS WEEKS USED CAR BARGAINS
Tills wvk c are orrcrlnc the following; nml cars.
TIhw rain it rvnc'iU' n-ppifn'tiH'd, nml m are
otIuIii Ihry bit tin- !! vuIiwh In the tiily.
IfllB Ihxluo lirothrrs ToiirliiK Car. now top; porrf
tin- on rt'iir: oVfPliar,lMl ami in fliu" KhniH1. A Bcn
Hlnc liarKiiln at tfi.-..IO. Mlwrty onil at mr.
11(17 IhmIep' Hrothors Tourlint Car, just oiThniiliil
nml rcrinlsiit-d. (.ixmI tiros '"' !k ami rniw
like a new car. I'rh-c onlj- $".. J.llK-rly Jlomls Ht
11117 I-ir Tniirlnn C or; now to': now radiator: Jiifit
oirliniil(l ami ifiaiiill antf itiiaranliHit to' lm In
cvci-llonl coiKlllloii. Irfi $12.". I.ltn-1-c y ll.m.ls at
AI.o n dnnily Inl llonilslor antf 1911 Tonrliis
Car nt tlio rlslit prl- llli'rty Kontls at pur.
IBIS Apporwii Tonrlnjj mr. .IWrdn a llltlo roimlr
Ins. Iiul have allowrd for thai In tlio !(. W ould
inuko a piKHl oar for the mini who onros moro for
wrvk-o than iirjio. lrire only $325. I.lU-rty llonils
mil MKcIm II Itontlnpr. This l n fine ear and
wmir'nur will roi n dnnily ImrEnin on If, Kvlr:r
kikhI tiros, with arp, - Yoil oairt e' wrons on this
car nt $W.-. l.ilM'rty flnmls at par.
Why not lake advantage of those l"W priors and
gi a kimmI ear liou?
I'wod far loinrtmont of tho
H Cor. Cottonwood & Water Sts. Phone 530 f
Want Glares fr Skllfrs.
DemohHizfttion of the army will be
fftn at Vancouver today." About three
per cent of the soldiers are Oregon
men. and the fendletdli office of the
I. S. employment service has been In
structed to make a special effort to
find employment for discharged 'sol
diers and sailors.
rr j N. rierkeley. superintendent of the
Siss Pendli'ton orffre. reguosts all who have
at thi time, or expect to have In the
E nonr future any position whirh they
v.iil h( (find to offer our soldiers or
IE, sailors, will please confer with him.
was changed slightly as the daily sea- ' bearing- the Red Cross and the 1 reduces the number of boarders
sion will last until four O'clock instead ! wreath of holly seen in former years 1 Sheriff Taylor's to three.
of three fifteen and there will be one
less period, so each of the remaining
will be longer than before.
the seals show also the Statue of Lib
erty bearing the torch aloft.
S. H. Forshawg florist shoo at 22
Koho Child 111.
Mrs. Harry M. Peel of Echo is In
Pendleton with her baby, whom she
brought to the home of Mrs. Xiceolls
because of the child's illness.
Workers Seeded at lied Cross.
Red Cross workers are needed at
T'mnfilla Cjiniifv Red CVnss he.idauar-
r.Kst iourt street ir wins renovated tPrs to mako i.ooo refugee garments, j
wlih a coat of ralnt on the exterior ! Th -nrk in hsirin tomorrow uiicu rN-
. elasa supervisors are requested to call j. r. Kelly sentenced In
i Mrs. A. H. Cox so that the work may . Parkes' court vesterdav for
p prrs mAPEPsnr at oxck F.xns
soi isxkss; ca& AriDrrv,
c'hano In Schedule.
! Yeserdny's opening of the' high
school saw several new students en
3 rttlled. Two' prominent students,
p5 Thomas Sandoa, president of the senl
; or class, and Max Dudley, the city
editor of the Ijintern, have left Pen
dleton so will not attend for the re
r3 mander of the year. The schedule
Verdict for Ocfcndnnt.
In the case of tho Independent Ga
rase vs. Sam Nelson tried before a
jury in Judge Parkes court yesterday
the jury brouisht in a verdict in favor
of the defendant.
James Prior was arraigned yester
day afternoon in the justice court be
fore Judpe J. H. Parkes charged- with
'the pointinu of a (tun at another. Jen
l inod SLS T.nclt. : nfe Relks la tne Oomplaininit witness.
Tom Wood and Charles Parr were His examination was set for Thurs
earh given a fine of S5 and costs by day morning.
Justice Parkes yesterday afternoon i
tion of the game law In having deer
meat in his possession, paid his fine
and costs today and was released.
Don't stay upset! When meals
don't fit and you belch gas, acids and
Justice! undigested food. When you feel
a viola- lumps of Indigestion pain. Jluf uenc.
Forjnison Fiincruf Held.
The funeral of J. FT. Ferguson,
prominent Adams farmer, was held
today from the Brown chapel, with
liev. Alfred lockwood, pastor of the
Kpiscopjtl churcfi, officiating.
for having deer meat in their posses
sion. J. rt. Kelly was also given a
sentence of $50 for the same offense.
heartburn or headache you cart got In
DON'T NEGLECT A
" RHEUMATIC PAIN
Go after It with Sloan's
Liniment before it gets
Apply a Utile, don't rub, fet it pew
traU, and good-by twinge! Same lor
external aches, pains, (trains, stiffness
of joints or muscles, lameness, bruises.
Instant relief without mussiness or
soiled clothing. Reliable the biggest
selling liniment year after year. Eco
nomical by reason of enormous sales.
Keep a big bottle ready at alt times.
Ask your drupsist for Sloan's Liniment.
o!K (IOC SI. lilt.
Campaign Committee Moots Tonlsslit.
J. If. Gwinn, manager Of the Christ
mas Ited Cross roll call campaign for
Pendleton has called a meetintr of the
campaign committees for this even
ings nt which to lay plans for the
campaign which opens next week.
Sixth ;rmh Lincoln School. Closed.
Tho sixth grade ofv Lincoln school
was dismissed yesterday and will be
closed for the rest of the week. Miss
Jean Jacobs, the teacher, was taken
ir-red fooWloy Meeting Snml.iy. j Thursday Club Aids IS. C.
I At the meeting of the executive I There will be no meeting of the;
board of the Umatilla County Patri-i Thursday Afternoon Club this week.)
otic fiervice league yesterday arrange- the members being urged to devot the
! ments for the meeting Sunday when ' aftrnoon for which tho meeting wasj
Fred Loekley, will make a talk on , scneauiea to i;ea cross surgical dress
i his experiences in France in the' Y. Units work, that the quota on hand
M. C A. work, have been turned over may bo completed.
! to the secretary of the league. The j 1
meeting will prohablv be held In one j visitor from Xes Perce.. '
jof the churches in the evening. Full i Stephen Rueben, well known Idaho
j announcement will be made later. Indian and who has been here before.
V. O. W. Kleel Offk-crs.
With the first meeting of Pendle
ton camp No. 41, V. O. W., held last
with InfluomtH and it was thought best i evening e,c.,o.. ... .....-....
following are wif isrw nwie. v ..,..-
oil commander. A. H. Boyce: advisor
lieutenant. V. U. Cederdale: lionker,
Thos. Fits! Gerald; clerk. J. P. Wulker:
escort, I. K.' Karl: watchman, Fred
Xo waiting! Tape's fclnpepaln will
put you on your feet. As soon as you
eat one of these pleasant, harmless
visitor today with friends on the.,able," " th indigestion, gases, acid.
to close the room for the rest of the'
tiiven Default Judgment.
The plaintiff Edith levering vs.
Han !:.. and Julia, A. Pal h and R. C.
Hlllman has been given a decree by
Judge G. W. Ihelps in the sum of
IsiM.Tfi, attorney fees and $100 and
I'matilla reservation. Mr. Kueben is " an1 omach iilstrei. ends.
the last man of his family. Ho is a ' ,ruBSIs s"s thorn.
minister In the M. E, church and j r
j graduated from the Carlisle Indian j
I school. Not many months ago he '
went In company with Chief Yum
Snmpkin to Washington on a mission
for the local Indians.
Slroble; sentry, S. F. I-lvermore:
mnnnger. I. K. Rogers. Py this eloc-
Ketl Cross sotiI New.
The Ited Cross Christmas seals, 10
of which will be given away with
each It membership fee in the
XK.W I.OAX TO ItKLCilVM
W ASUIXtiTON. 1HT.. S. Treasury
tion Mr. Walker enters upon his 25th Ir-staitii.-lhHl credit of twolvo niillkiiis
vcar as clerk of the camp and Judge ; to Ilolium, making a total c-rtkllt i if , work tiur ouikHI fouM.
Fits Gerald his K.th year as banker. Siio.iloo.ooo to Itchriiini autl s,0(H,
j IMHMHH) lo all the allies.
(rav4 Italani'C of Kino. j
ti. I.. Copenhaver who has been j
: serving hi the county jail since Round
OMAH A, Dec. S I nt.K Maror
Smith sncceoUN in arbitration errorta'
It t prartu-atly certain that (he Onta-ha-CouiM
il ;liirr strwt railway com
iwny employ. will strike tonight. Tim
board of itirwnin n-fUMt-a (it (rant
tho men's iIoiiisimIh for -lol atxip,
rn-ognltlon of Urn union ana bctl.-r
nillTISII PFJSTitOTFnS AltrSIVF.
I1K1U.IV. Deo. 3. Twelve' llrltish
no time on a bootlegging charge, paid ttlcwlroyers liavo arrlvtdl at l.lhau. It Is
Christmas Itoil Call, appear In a new the balance of his fine this morning reporten. A largv Itrtttsii fleet ts ex-
dress this year. Instead of simply and was released from the Jail. This pwtea Hourly at iliicimiiaven.
Dr. Datld Dennett IUU
Dr. Tom O. Ualler
lodd Ilulldliuir, prndletoa, Oreab