PAGE Tim EE SIXTEEN PAGES DAILY EAST OREOONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1020 News of Pendleton iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii mm MIhh Mori Antoinette Ulndruux left thin fnurnltiK for Ii Crarnle, when; Hhe will itttnd a Christian Hclence lecture tjiiM evening. JCqiilpineiit to He llouKht. W, Una HturiffiH and Mra. Chariot JI Marsh left hint night for Portland where they will make arranppinenta for Hie pure ha Me of the new equipment fur the kitchen of the Church of the Jtedeemor. oniiimmP-i io II. .hi t'oiirlnvr. Pendleton ('omnia ndery No. 7, will hold a large conclave tomorrow aft ernoon and evenliiK to confer the Knight of the Red cross upon a clami df II candidatex. Beveral visiting knights are expected to lie present iiuil a hamjuet mipper at G ISO l m., Is a part of the eeremonlen. l.muo i'immI Nearly Attained. More than two mlllionH of the fund With which the Chamber of Com merce of the United HtateH plans to hulld u magnificent building of com merce In Washington, D. C. has hern iuhserihed, according to a letter re cefved by the Pendleton Commercial Association today. The structure will t oHt $S,?ftO,000 and the ehamher hopes io have the entire amount underwrit ten by lU annual meeting thl summer. Benefit DftnOO Tomorrow Night, ThV first annual benefit dance of the lOagle 'n lodge of Pendleton will be given tomorrow nijfht at Ka;le-Woodman hull. The dance Ih for the bene fit of the cemetery fund of the lodge and the money will be UMed for the up-keep of the. cemetery plot and for the hcadstonee. Mutuo or the dunce tomorrow nlfht will be by Fletcher'M Jazz, orchestra. IVarMtii Will MaU. Addition. Bnoctn I'eai'Nou whh iHHiu'd u permit this ultc.noon to niiikc an add (ion IdH dwelling at 1310 Kuhi Court street jfl at u cost of $800. Church Ix'iitfiie Not Vet Organ iw-d. Four teaniK are assured the Inter mediate Hcctlon of the clty'H church league but the MfltOr division Ih not yet organized. according to Cash Wood, V. 11, c. A . Hecretnry for lina ttllg county. All save the Christian church have Joined the IntermcdlatCH Kfforts nre being made to got ut least four teamH in both league ho that games can be scheduled and played at once. IHcK.ns Sell Home. Pendleton frlendM of Mr. and Mrs John Uohh I HckHon, of Portland) fi merly of Pendleton, have received uewM that they have Hold their homr in Irvlngton and will In future reoldl tt the Mullory hotel. Millinery SHiools BoUcdtlled. Miss DOOllttlO, millinery expert from O. A. C, will be In Pendleton April '11 to open a millinery nchool, with the UHslHtance of MImh Ella May Harmon, county demonHtratlon agent. She wilt hold the school here April 27. 2 1 and BO, and May 1, and will hold a elm Mar school in Pilot Hock April 28 and 3a. For the benefit of those who cannot attend the school here in the day time. It will be kept open at night alno. 101101101101101101 101101101101- o ! o I I I r-H o T-H I 1-1 o I I o I I O Fresh Tillamook Cheese JUST RECEIVED BY EXPRESS If you like a rich, mild cheese, PHONE "101" for a pound of Tillamook at 45c. Our quick turn-over makes it possible for us to have a fresh stock at all times. "WASTE LESS BUY THE BEST" Pendleton Cash Market, Inc. e i I o I i I I ' o I (- o I ' I I ' o I I i-' I I ' o h- I I ' I I ' o I I o lUtlnfall In .15. Kainfull last nlghL totaled .15 ln h e, according to the report, of Major l-ee Moorhonse, weather observer The maximum temperature today I' 58, while the minimum Ih 34. Tin barometer registers 2110, and ;ih it fi still low it indicates continued storm. fVi-manciH-r of Office Assured. 'Die Tmatilla National Forest head quarters will remain In Pendleton, according to a letter from QeorgC H. Cecil, district forester, to C. K. Cn Htan, secretary of the Pendleton Com-1 men ial Association. The association I heard a rumor that the office was to be removed from Pendleton, but a- surrnnre is elven that Pendleton will continue to be headquarters for the forest service. Walla Walla Wheiit book Well. Wheat In the Walla Walla valley further advanced than In this county and looks very well, Henry Collins, lo- onl grain dealer, said today. Nearly all the fields Mr. Collins saw on his. jtrip to Walla Walla yesterday showed the train to ho In Rood condition. In I 'the Athena-Weston country there have ! been heavy rains and except for a few nlacen where farmers are reseedmR. conditions appear excellent. Not 'such heavy April rains In years have fallen as durinR this month. I Wcton Youths to Hike. Vrttiths nf WphIoii will be taken Sat- nrday on a Y. hike similar to that held here two weeks ago. with Cash Wood. rmintv Y M C. A. secretary. ,.h.irL'p other towns of the county viuitnrl neh Saturday that! ,.'Adihr nArmitN of a hike. After Mr. Wood has taken pToupa from most of the towns, he will prepare ror oer- niRht hikes with croups ironi irm-na nnii Intpr tilan for a sum- mer camp in the mountains to which hnvs from all over the county will come. 101-101101101 101101101101101101- VMnmmBnmiBHaBaavHHaanHaMnBBHmaflanaK j Hell Women Meet, I TfliT women met yesterday for i itiiAntMiHnn nf n nrcstire eonker , k.. fiuu i.n-, Mn v Harmon Miimtv rirmonstratlon aent. The r oookor, loanad throuRh the courtesy of j the TaylOr Hardware company, cookeo 0 rhicken in 30 minutes, while onions M t nnl:o,l In 1 It 11)111- i utes. Toe i iienx mmmi " ! irAA the demonstration brought InnrhM ttnd the affair was in the Mure of a picnic. Miss Harmon saw instruction also in the making dress forms. "See Me Before The Fire" T. K B SUB GAMBIA) OUT OF TAKMIN'G The Hartford Fire Insurance Company Is g;ct titiR out a new policy that will guarantee the farmer that he will not lose any money on his grain crop. This la thu finest protection ever offered to any bus iness man. The banks all over the country ara en dorsing the policy and recommending- It. Let us show you the protection offered. JOE KERLEY Victor? Medals Mov,- Slowly. Veterans of the world war who ire entitled to victory medals as members of Oregon's fiirhtinir forces are slow in cnll fur their medal according te Perry U Idleman. who is dlatrlboUnc the medals at the American N'ationa lt..-.k. Most of the veterans in Pen dleton and Immediate vicinity resided in Oreiion at the time "f their enlist ment and. if Bach, are entitled to the medal. Former service men must have the award of the medal recorded n their discharge. I Insn ranre, Loans, ' j Seal Estate, Grain 721 Main . ..., tll Pendleton Sheriff Hot Itronze .Iiilallfoii. Sheriff Til Taylor today received from the V. S. mint a bronze medal lion hearing the portrait of Wood row ; Wilson on the obverse and a statue of I Victory and Peace on the reverse. The medal was cast at one of the govern ! ment mints after an assay test. Sher iff Taylor was atmointcd on a com- I iiiissii.ii to to Wa mi rt lit (luulil tsts ill j February but was unable to go to Philadelphia to serve. His name is j engraved on the edge of t he medai lion. 1920 Building will surpass the highest building rec ord this country has ever known. If you plan on building a home or any other building, come in and see us. Let us show you our plans and explain how by the use of forethought and taste, in design, combined materials selected, you can procure something worth while. Free service to our customers in assisting them to solve their building problems. Remember we always have plenty of good Rock Springs Coal on hand. OREGONyBER (WATCH THIS SPACE) Woman' Sentence. Sumk'iuImI. Out in Combs' Canyon therp are no traffic rules about driving an auto over a fire hose, keeping away from white lines, etc. For that reason the sentence of a $5 fine for driving over city fire hose, imposed against Mrs. D. H. Warner, was suspended by Po lice Judge Thomas Pita Gerald today. Mrs. Warner promised not to make the same mistake again. John Doe ; charged with having' the muffler on Ills machine cut out, was fined $," and D. 'C (urdane. of Heppner, charged with speeding on the city streets, paid a fine of $5. TWO ACU10S FOR CAMP t.HOl M (Continued from page 1.) With coal prices due for an advance, the council decided to advertise fofc bids DOW for the winter's supply or I fnpl Tim rnnmlrr will ml vnrt for (bids at once and there will be about two carloads purchased. Survey for llay i. round Another piece of city-owned prop- j arty In the east end, near the propeo ed antO camp ground, waa recommend ad for improvement a a children i play ground. City Knglneer Ha es j was asked to survey off lwth the play i ground and auto camp sites. He sug- ! nested that he make t he dimension j ' and countour surveys and turn over the plans to a landscape gardner to ptft.ii a sightly park and camp site. I Thtri WM taken under advisement by the council. New street grades In three paving districts on the north wide were pre sented by Mr. Hayes and adopted by j the council. They include lllalne street from Wilson to Martin, Oarfleld j from Jackson to Martin. Mark from , l sc the Phones Grocery, 2 Phones 520 Other Dcpts. 78 Grocery, 2 Phones 526 siivicK Other Depts. tS di.i ;to.n-s i.i aiii.n. stout -ANY ONE CAN SELL GOODS. . WE SELL SERVICE AS WELL.. A FINE COMBINATION. mSHIOH PARR STAMERER THE STANEREK FEATURE IS RECOGNIZED AS A STAND ARD METHOD OF TREAT MENT EMPLOYED BY, THE FASHION PARK DESIGN ING ROOMS IN GIVING AN ERECT APPEARANCE TO THE JACKET OF THE BU S INESSISUIT) IT ASSISTS IN THE BALZ ANCE AND GIVESTHE ERECT, SUBSTANTIAL EF FECT CONSIDERED SO FA VORABLY this spring: ' CUSTOM SERVICE H-lTltOUT THE ANNOYANCE OF A TKY-O.V READY- TO-PVT-ON TAILORED AT FASHION FARK Tlit Man. m Man'i Book ok Drill, iircoi $40.00 to $35.00 Other Makes $25.00 to $60.00 SHOES! SHOES! Fashion decrees that Pumps and Oxfords with jaunty ribbon ties will be worn by women who "know." This store has an enviable reputation for showing the latest style novelty as well as the best in fashionable footwear. Note these reasonably priced for Spring footwear in our newest models. Black Kid Pump, leather Lou is heel, medium high instep, good fitting pump. dJO CA Price PO.UV v- - ' ." :- y Black Kid one eye ribbon tie, leather Louie heel, jQ AA conservative dressv last'"' Black Kid Oxford, military heel, flexible sole. JO QQ 3 - Specials - 3 Black Kid one eye ribbon tie, leather Babv Louie heel, conser vative last, the low JRO Patent Colonial Pump, Louis heel, hand turn sole. (J QQ Price Bronze Kid low instep pump, covered Louis heel, tfJO 7C hand turn sole 1 Black Kid tongue pump, light welt sole, military Q QQ Matlock to Bush, rerkins from the more to have the council define the Harkea I'm m Uliwhl iaM LAXAT1VK BROMO Ql'lNCNK Tblft rllvtt ihe Headache by ciirine the Told. A tonic laxative and aerm d- Mrnvfr. bonk for aianalurt R. W QROVfl ou bo. JOc. Mill Race to Haley, ami Logan from Mark te Raley. win Grade Olieel A petition from Interested property owners to establish jrrade on Jef ferson street from WeehtnfftOfl to Wil son ntreet wan frrantecl. The owners lo not con teni plate tm proving; the streei as it would be too steep for traf fie but tleHire that the grade !.,. fixed to conform fwlth the streets It Inter sects. Owing- to the extra work which the flu epidemic placed upon him. flty Physician H- .1 Kavanangh was Rrant ed epttra pny of l."n. (mplalnt wa. made by City Attorney .Limes A. Fee thnt reeerde of the oltjr :re not filel in the vault hi any order so that they I-o . W can he peached easily. The house : Mark eemewtttee ea instmcte! ie work limtta of Washington street caUIIIOI ne granted, the city attorney said, be muee that function is one of the courts and not of the council. REALTY TRANSFERS DEEDS. N. W. 1-4. Ki. VayM Fruit Co. t Blctorn, i XK 1-4 x l- sw r.. Ti. 4. n. It :s. .1 t, Korinek to Earl l4awyer. $1. rk 1. MM4VI Atld. Pend. . sturtpvaot to John R Rauvaa. i sk 1-4 sv t-4. set-, is. with th. .-ttv recorder on a svstf in of:Ti I, f. K. .-. fllitijr. Aut:it!.t t:;iH.r to Alfred Samln. $1.- The petition of Mrs. Bllen Uvcr-!CP. run of XK 1-4 NV 1-4 Sr.-. II T. 4. V. It sr.. ft M. Sawtelle to Oordon A. Smart. 99tHV Lot 9. Block "A" South Pend. Frank K. Fouler Admr.. to 3. C. Cter.ivnK, jm.;no. fts ". s & s. 1-MtH I: in. oriKinal town of Pendleton. ivter tlunls to Geo. Oeanakopulas. tl 0t-. S SK 1-4 and SE 1-4 SV 1-4. See. 12. Tp. 2. K. R. 31: mete and bound traet See. IS, Tp. 2. X. U. 31, B 3-1 SV 1-4 and XK 1-4 SV 1-4. Sec. T. Tp. 2.X". R. S2. X. Hie Hull to C. A. Smith. $1.00. m ot I and 4. block 32, I'mutilla. 14. W. t'ollins to K. A. Keilke. $10. VI' 1-4 SK 1-4. SV t-4 NK 1-4. W 1-2 SK 14 and SE 1-4 SV 1-4. Se. i:,. Tp. 2. X. R. 34. J. 0. Bean to J. E ftuMWOft, $1. Portion of SK 1-4 SK 1-4. Sc. 22. Tp. 3. N. R. S. lxe W K.bert to Oeo. E. Rohei ta. Ijilld In Ixt I. Sec. ft, Tp. 4. N". R 37. Geo. Ed. Roberts to Jesse Doner. II j$10. Same description us ul'ove Ft. Wayne Fruit Co. to Clara BtOOOl, $t. VV 1-2 NW l-t NK NK 1-4 See. 5. Tp. 4. X. R. I. H. l. Hughes to ;. R Mluear. lots .1 to 12. inclusive, block a atul all of Block 6. Xiehols Add. Milton. BtacU l. of Nichols 2nd Add. Mil'on. I J. I. Birdsell. trustees. t. lellert jStantord. $1100. Mete and DOWMl 'tract in Block 2. Riverside Add. Mil i ton. S. A. Munninu to B. Strfoiji l$24oo. k l-' NK 1-4 SE 1-4, Sec :.. Tp. :., X. R. 2K. Minnie CtOtfi to Marv I. Ieper. !$r,o. Lot 7. Block I; Kirks 3rd Add ! Athena. M. A. Suirtevant to J. J. Spare. $110 Lots t. IT. II and in. Block 2. south add. Pilot Rock. V V Wade to J. W. Perkins. 11.4 (ftoo. Mete and bound tract in Ire- and's Add. Milton.