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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 29, 1920.
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i CAIiENDAH OF EVENTS
Tatfiwtr now, oounljr clerk's
office. Ilflok clone Huturday,
Oct, 2. Registration book!
clone for general election.
Oct. 4-f Rivera and Har
bor Congress, Portland.
Oct. S. r.t day for tax pay
mentH. Oct. i- HermlBton tMiiiT
and Hoc Show.
Oct. 18. County Y. M. C. A.
Oct. 20-22 Joint Institute
Morrow-Umntllla teachers her.
Oct. 22 Portland Chamber of
Commerce visit here.
Nov. 2. General eleotion.
Nov. 7. Northern Oregon
Oliler 'Boys' Y Conference here.
Nov. 13-20 Pacific Interna
tional Livestock Exposition, Port-
land. . .
Tofltoa Permit for New Homo.
J. T. Hale today was Issued a per
mit to erect a dwelling; and garage on
Kay street. In Irvlngton Heights, at a
cost of 17000.
Mb Jcrartl Tcnt'ltlnjc - ,
Miss Lura Jerard'ls teaching alge
bra at the Pendleton high school dur
ing the Illness of Fred Bchmlilt. Mlxs
Jerard was o member of the faculty
Cullrd Hy lllncwt
Clarence Kltchln, of the Oregon Mo
tor Uurage, left last night for Centra
lla, Uushlngton where he was called
hy the serious Illness of his father.
IKtwIioI tswin iilvtm nail.
Horschel Lewis, held In tho city Jail
under the name of Und, was released
Tuesday from custody to appear for
trial Friday, his mother having put up
bull of i00. He is under bond of 60
on one charge lat Walla Walla and or
IffiJ bond on another and Is also want
ed by the federal officers at Portland
for lliiuor violations. -
Youth Kilters College
Ted Van ltaimen, the son of Mrs.
Edith a. Van Deusen, has entered
Stanford University. He left for Cal
ifornia on Sunday. r
VIhIK; West Kurt
Hubert I Osborn, of the State Hoard
of Health and the Oregon Tubercuo
losls Association, is In the west end of
the county today. Mr. Obsorn Is mak
ing a survey of conditions in Umatilla
Arilmr Itmld Is Pledged.
Arthur Itudd, a graduate or I'cnwe
to'n high school entering his freshman
year at the University of Oregon, was
pledged yesterday to Phi Oamma Del
ta fraternity, according to word re
ceived by friends here. He was prom
inent In several lines of activity in the
high school last year and Is majoring
in Journalism at the university. He Is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. It. Jiudd of
Man Forfeits 1250 Bail.
Charles H. Malone Tuesday forfeited
to the police court ball of 1250 for
failure to appear to answer to a
chnrgo of disorderly conduct lodged
against him. Ho is charged with driv
ing a car while Intoxicated, having II
iliior Jn his possession and flghtng.
Other forfeitures madevto police court
Tuesday were: Have Holoway, drunk;
10; Mildred Dunne, disorderly. Hp:
Max Pender disorderly, $15; Doug
Coffmnn. reckless driving. $25.
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The Canning Season
Will Soon be Over
Place your orders with "101" now.
Ground Cherries, Concord Grapes, Yellow
Pears, Tomatoes, etc.
"Waste Less Buy the Best"
Pendleton Cash Market. Inc.
(Prtvau Exchange Oonnecta Both Depart
CT1HK OHOCEIUES AND MEAT!
-ioi-ioi 101 loi loiioii oiioiioiioi-
Myron Huiriey Hi-turns
Myron Hunley who has spent a fort
night In Pendleton visiting his broth
er Itlchnrd Hanley, high school athle
tic coach, left last night for Hpokane
where he will enter his senior year at
Lewis and Clark high school.
Smallpox Again Reported.
One new case of smallpox was re
ported this morning to Health Officer
John Halley Jr., and the house put un
der quarantine. There were seven
cases to be' quarantined yesterday, ac
cording to hi report today.
Pays teo Towards Fine.
. C E. Harris, recently sentenced to
a $100 fine or 50 days in Jail for un
lawful possession of liquor, late yes
terday paid the court ICO on his fine
and will serve out the remainder un
less he is able to raise the balance.
Ilurotncter Is Falling.
The barometer is falling and
change in the weather Is expected. The
maximum today Is 72 and the mini
mum Is 42. The barometer is falling
and a change In the weather is expect
ed. The maximum today is 72 and
the Inimu mis 42. The barometer reg
Wheat locally la Dull.
Wheat continued dull here today
with only a small amount sold, at
price reported to' be on the basis of
12.12 for No. 1 club. Neither farmers
or buyers are much In the market at
the present price of flour and the
drop in prices which ha sstruck the
Old Tinier Back tat Court,-
Henry Lacey, who formerly was a
familiar figure In police court but who
has been missing for a long time, ap
peared again today, being charged
with drunkenness. He was found
guilty and fined $10. Sam Hayes, an
Indian, was also charged with being
drunk and was fined $10 or five days.
He was unable to pay his fine.
v0" ip sgiiLS
DOES TWO TIMES TWO MAKE FOUR?
That' the way ire learned to figure and wo figure at present price
of material and content, your barn has doubled In value.
L ftra don't believe it, price building materials today and compare
their- nricea with what you paid wlien you built.
Stce ftz you trould be la with a Pre about now, ehf -. .
INCREASE your Fire Insurance.
SEE US AT ONCE
MoorliiHisc Articles Not Returned. ;
'Major Lee Moorhouse today said
that a number nf his Indian articles
loaned to members of the Pendietqn
Itound-Up band and olhers taking part
in the Hound-Up last week have not
yet been returned and that he is anx
ious for persons having them to bring
them to his office at once. He Is
making up an exhibit of Indian goods
to send to the state fair this week-end
Paving: Bids to He Opened..
i ne city council tonignt win open
bids on seven blocks of paving for the
north side and contracta are expected
to be let Immediately to the success
ful bidder. The work to be let to con
tract Includes the five blocks on Mark
to Kaley street. Objection is being
voiced by some of the property own
ers adjacent to Matlock street on the
proposed paving of the block between
Italey and Lincoln street but It in said
mat ine numoer still in Tavor is suf
ficient to carry the project.
Use the Phones
Grocery, 2 Phones 526
Other Depts. 78
Use the Phones
Grocery, 2 Phones 526
Other Depts. 78
kIjETON'R LEADING STORE
i Do You
Buy your notions here?
Buy your cooking utensils here?
Buy your hose for the family here?
Buy your dishes here?
Buy your many every day needs here?
IF YOU DON'T YOU ARE LOSING
Remember that this store is the only real low
priced shop in town, and it is getting larger
every day. A call is the real convincer.
"You Can Get It"
Pay Cash rendUton' Variety Storw Save Ch
Owner Says Facts Misstated
W. H. Coghlll, of Freewater, own
er of the car that was stolen by Vernon
Dakln. Raymond Uvaser and Edgar
Taylor recently, writes to the East
Oregonian that the story of the affair.
following the grand Jury's indictment
of the trio, as given by officials of the
court house, disagrees with his ver
sion. Mr. Coghlll says, first, that the
stolen car was not returned In good
condition, as reported, nor was it
necessary for him to insist on the case
going to the grand Jury, inasmuch as
the boys were arrested and confessed,
not alone to the theft of the car but
to burgallxing the house from cellar
to garrett. They then broke Into the
garage, he says, and took the car. The
owner was absent from Freewater at
the time and the boys were out on ball
before he returned from the east.
Its Time to Think Of That New
WHY NOT MAKE IT UP OF OUR WOOLENS, $2.00 to $2.50 THE YARD. j
They come in a wide range of colors and of the best materials for the price.
Epingle, French serge, storm serge, etc. We'll be glad to help you plan your
MAKE THAT COAT YOURSELF
OF OUR FINE COATING $4.00 TO
offered in a wide range of colors, and of the newest
, weaves. Such materials as Gold Tones, Bolivia, Ve
lour and the like.
LABOR WAGE DISPUTES
WASHINGTON, Sept. 29. (B.
Ralph Couch, U. P. Staff Correspond
ent.) Organized labor is begining to
moderate in its drive for repeated wage
increases, Edward Cunningham of the
conciliation bureau of the labor de
partment today said, probably as a re
sult of the country-wide price cutting
"The strike epidemic seems to be
completely ended," he said. "Not
more than 60,000 men are now Involv
ed In labor disagreements. Only two
cases have been referred to the depart
ment this week for adjustment. A
short time ago he got from 17 to 20
new cases each week.
'.'More men are working regularly
now than at any time since the armis
tice. The rank and file of organised
labor seems willing to wait the r
suits of the price-cutting wave."
You believe in the cool, ventilated sleeping room
because it is healthful. But a warm sleeping gar
ment is essential if the full benefit of fresh air is to
The finest warm sleepingwear made is to be pro
cured in the Brighton-Carlsbad fall and winter
weights. That is because of the soft downy ma
terials, and because Brighton-Carlsbad is more gen
erously cut and better tailored. Women are delight
ed to find in Brighton-Carlsbad a warm sleeping gar
ment which is also chic and dainty. Extra roomi
ness at bust, armholes and hips.
Brighton-Carlsbad Is the recognized standard of highest quality. In
all there are M7 styles for men. women and children. Specially de
signed garments for Infanta. All made in both summer and winter
HOW TO BUY NIGHTWEAR
Have the dealer unpin the garment. Don't buy sleeping wear folded
with the size and workmanship hidden. When Hrighton-Oarlsbad i.i
opened out you know at once that you have found the better night
wear in fabric, size and care in making.
Children's $2.50 to $450
Women's $2.95 to $5.00
WOOL JERSEY $450 AND $5.00 YD.
AH pure wool of the best quality jersey, 52 inches
wide, suitable for coats and dresses. Comes in a good
variety of shades. Why not make up a dress of
Imported satin damask
Lunch Cloths of finest
quality with beautiful
designs for every day
use. We have'only one
size now,' 45x45 inches.
Comes in green, laven
der, red and pink. ,
- Something Else
. New! ,
and Braids, with tassels
tq match, the latest ide
for belts and sashes.
Comes in copen, emer
ald, navy and brown
with contrasting shades
yard .... $1.75 to $2JZ5
WASH SATIN $1.75 YD.
An opportunity to purchase all you want of this
fine wash satin for underwear and, night gowns.
Comes in pink only and 36 inches wide.
Tea Garden Apple Butter, No. 10
Red Mexican Beans, per pound 10c
White Navy Beans, 2 pounds for 25c
Dry Lima Beans, per pound 20c
Pink Beans, 2 pounds for 25c
iWe Have a large stock of Kerr's Self Sealing wide
and narrow mouth Mason Jars.
1-2 Gallon, per dozen $1.85
Quarts, per dozen $1.65
Pints, per dozen $1.35
Economy Jar Covers, per dozen ............ .' 35c
Mason Jar Covers, per dozen . .'. :.....,. 35c
Mason Jar Rubbers per dozen 10c
MANUFACTURERS OF OILS
SAY GAS WILL SLUMP
DENVER, Sept. 2fl. (U. P.) -The
price of gasoline will soon follow the
lead of other commodities and decline
according to W. H. Barber of Minne
apolis, president of a company making
oil products, who Is here today. "The
price of gasoline Is too high he said.
"Millions of dollars are being spent
to construct plants to manufacture the
hl-products of petroleum. These
plants will create a surplus and you
can expect prices to drop," ,
The Bowman Shop on account of go
ing out of business, requests that all
outstanding accounts be paid on or be
fore Oct. 10th, otherwise will be placed
in a lawyers hands for collection.
Crop Payment Plan
800 acres all In cultivation, located In excellent grain
producing section. 12ft miles southwest of Spokane; seven
miles from small town: fair set of improvements, rood well
and windmill; 400 acres good, clean, aumraerfallow, now
being seeded, with plenty of moisture to give grain a good
start. I'laeo has all been farmed with a tractor. The
neighborhood is good and some of the nearby farm are
very well improved. -With the farm goes all the crop:
combined harvester, grain drills, etc. The litl crop should
i return you about half of the purchase price and you
have no expense until harveat. For a short time I offer
, this at Ito.oon.oo 1 10.000 cash and balance one-half the
crop untH paid. Don't put It off. Write or wire today.
J. F. DEALY,
; 417 Hyde Building, Spokane, Wuh.