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DAILY EAST OREGOMTAIf, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 1, 1920.
iw 0 Fendleton
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
TUiffintor now, county clerk's
office. Hook close Saturday,
Oct. 2. Registration book
clone for general lection.
Oct. 4-1 Riven and Har
bors Congress, Portland.
Oot. 6. Last day ror tax pay-'
Oct. !- Hermlston Tlry
and Hoc Show.
Oct. County T. M. C. A.
Oct. 80-32 Jotnt Institute
Morrow-Umatilla teacher her.
Oct. XX Portland Chamber of
Commerce visit her.
Nov. 2. General election.
Nov. T. Northern Oregon
Oldr Hoys Y Conference here.,
Nov. 13-20 Pacific Interna-'
tlonal Livestock Exposition, Port-
Man WIH Hulld Owplllng.
A. I. Graham late Thursday waa la
aued a permit to erect a dwelling at
10 Aah street at a cost of 23500. He
will do the work himself and plans to
take a year to complete th house.
Major MoorhouHn In Hntuiing.
I'etltlons bearing the required num
ber of signers were filed with th city
recorder today by Major !) Moor
house, who la
cured the necessary number of signa
tures yesterday for his petition.
Pureliaxo Ilku-kHnUlli Comer. ,
Ora Holdman and Frank Holdman
loduy completed the purchase from
1'. lj. Howm&n of the lot at the corner
of-Kust Alia and Cottonwood street,
now occupied by a blacksmith shop
and plun eventually to erect there a
bulldln? to be used as a garage. Ora
Holdman la now in the automobile
business at 722 Cottonwood street, 'in
the building adjoining the property
had not gained much headway before
the department waa culled and extin
guished the blase. Hlight daniuge
from smoke waa dona to the Craw
ford room In rear.
Chosen to Itoard or Trustees
Mrs. P. K. Judd, formerly of I'on
fi'elon and now of Portland, has Jut
been chosen us a member of th l....rd
et trustees for the Old P.-op oV llomi
there. EJ.o jr'!ccecds Mr. i. W. Cor
vet, it li : rwlyned. .
Use the Phones
Grocery, 2 Phones 526
Other Depts. 78
Use the Phones
Grocery, 2 Phones 528
Other Depts. 78
AMETON'S) .EADLNU STORE
Fines In September 12S7.
, Police court fines and forfeitures
for the month of September totaled
$ 1 2.ri7, according to a resume of the
books by City Itecorder Thomas Flu
Oeruld today. This Is about the av
erage for September. There were 08
entries- on the poMce court blotter
during the month. 12 more than for
the tame, month of 1219. Fifty-seven
cases came under the head of disor
derly conduct or drunk, while 33
were for trafflo violations. Unlaw
ful possession of liquor and vagrancy
made up for the remainder.
Wind Cannes Hue lire,
The heavy wind last night was re
sponsible for a firt starting In the
boiler room of the Judd building un
der the room occupied by the Craw
ford Furniture Co. Boot and ashes
were blown out of a aopper In the
chimney used for removing ashes and
the sparks Ignited paper and soma
seeking reelection as boards on the floor nearby. mere
Major Monrhouse se-'wim considerable smoke but ine rire
101 101 101 101 101 101 101101-
JUST OPENED A KEG
FRESH HOME MADE KRAUT
MADE BY AN EXPERIENCED KRAUT
MAKER FROM THE FINEST KRAUT
The cabbage is cut in our kitchen with our
motor driven kraut cutter which cuts it in long
BUY "101" KRAUT AND KNOW IT IS
"You Caii Depend on "101" -Pendleton
Cash Market, Inc.
(3rfata Exchange Connect Bottt Pi painai
FIN K catOCluRXES AMD MEAT
DOES TWO TIMES TWO MAKE FOUR?
That's the way we learned to fajrora and we rurare at present prices
of nierial and content, your barn lias doubled la value.
L rx don't believe It, price building materials today and compare
Uiea- ortcea with wliat you paid when you built.
Nee ftx you would be In with fire about now, ebf M-
LNCIlKAliE your Fire Insurance.
8KB tJS AT ONCHS .
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Harold Holdman Pledge.
Harold Holdman, who has entered
the University of Oregon as a fresh
man, was announced tbla mornig aa
one of the pled (ten to Kappa Higmu fra
ternity at Kugene. He and Arthur
Kudd, who has pledged to 1'hl Gam
ma Delta, are the only Pendletonluns
In the list of 71 pledges announced by
WantM lluijy Canyon Hills.
The recorder of Happy Canyon,
Secretary C. K. Cranston, of the f en
dleton Commercial Association, has
received virtually all the gross re
ceipts from the show and dance and
is now awaiting the bills against the
little Kound-L'p village. He is anx
ious to get all debts paid off before
the next meeting of the association,
Mils Says He's Not Itiinnlng.
Hex Kills, local automobile man,
said today to the Host Oregonlun that
he was not interested in becoming a
candidate for mayfr of Pendleton, as
announced in this mornlg's paper.' it r.
Kills was approached by some repre
sentative citizens and promised to
give them an answer today. He said
he did not feel at this time that he
would desire, to become a candidate in
IU stilting Officer Coming.
C. C. Long, gunners mate first class,
is expected to arrive here this even
ing from Portland to Join F. It. Wea
ver, recruiting officer for the navy
with headquarters here. He will be
assistant to Mr. Weaver. Owing to
the large territory under one man's
charge here, the department increased
the force to two men. Both will al
ternate In traveling through the ter
ritory in this district, which includes
11 counties of Bastern Oregon and
Walla. Walla and Columbia counties in
PetitoiiiM Are Out.
Petitions for Robert Simpson as in
dependent candidate for councilman
from the first ward, and for Willard
Bond for councilman from the second
ward, are being circulated today and
are receiving a large number of sig
natures. Petitions were circulated
yesterday in the first and second
wards to place upon the ballot the
name of George A. Hartman aa a can
didate for mayor and in the second
ward, especially where Mr. Hartman
resides, a large list waa obtained. A.
W. Rugg,r the only other avowed
candidate for mayor, is getting plenty
of signatures to his petitions.
AtlileCo Club to Revive.
The Pendleton Athletic Club will
meet on Monday evening In the club's
quarters to elect a secretary and lay
plans for continuance of its work for
the fall and winter. The club waa or
ganized Just before the summer season
and put In the field a baseball team
in the Blue Mountain League. It is
now up to the members to open up
the gymnasium and outline a plan for
the winter. President Hex Ellis Is
anxious to get the club under way
and among other business Monday
night a secretary will be elected to
succeed Ted Preble, who has removed
his residence from Pendleton.
, l - w I f .
We have for your selection a wonderful assortment
of neck pieces in the large animal scarf and the smaller
neck pieces in choker style.
The animal scarfs are Black Fox,
Black Lynx, Black; Wolf. Prices
$40.00 to $200.
Chokers in Stone Martin, Squirrelj
Mink, Hudson Seal, priced $15.00
to $240. '
i i j fl'HI A CORSET FOR THE WOMAN WHO DOES CARE!
for controlling the figure to achieve the perfect contour.
for front steels that do not "dig in" ' . (SJ-
for comfort that means added good health
for twice the length of service of the average corset
THE NEMO KOP SERVICE
a corset for th.e woman who asks much of her corset.
No. 514 is for medium or full figures. Made with very low bust;
Lastikops webbing insert top; long skirt; Lastikops webbing inserts
in back and at sides to control thigh flesh.
We have on hand about 100 cases of XXXX brapd Evaporated Milk, excellent
for cooking. While the stock lasts we will sell for per can 10c, per dozen $1.10, per
(4 doz.) case $440.
. ' Jar diner s and
Have you got that flower bowl or jardinere to put
your favorite flower into when you have to transplant
it from the garden to the house.
We are proud of our assortment of vasess, jardi
neres and flower bowls, aa they are different from
anything you nave ever seen, each one is a little dif
ferent, but all clearly show real "class."
We have them priced from 25c to $7.00. There is
here a vase or Jardinere to suit your particular want.
"YOU CAN GET IT AT"
The BEE HIVE
pay Ch iendl'toi, Variety Stor St Caah
School lfaa pep Sleeting.
A pep meeting was held at the high
school this morning for the purpose
of stirring up interest for the game
tomorrow and for the rally this even
ing. John Simpson waa In charge.
Speeches were given by several of the
students explaining the rally this
evenine. It was also announced that
the cafeteria will open for the students
next Monday. The cafeteria affords a
great convenience for the students that
bring their lunch and should be well
patronised. The cafeteria will again
be under the supervision of Miss
Voorhees, head of the domestio art
Mrs. Krtnp Doing Xioc.y.
Mrs. W. C. Kemp was operated on
last night at St. Anthony's hospital
and Is reported resting easily today.
Idaho Sheep Iluyer Here.
Henry Kichol, of Buhl, Idaho, has
come to Pendleton to look for lambs
with which to stock one of his
ranches. He is in the market for
about 6000 ewe lambs. Mr. Nichol is
in the sheep business in the Southern
lduho country. '
Bo-r nand Work to Start.
Training of 30 boys In the Haw
thorne school for band work is to be
started tomorrow by A. W. Lundell
chosen as director, by the Parent
Teachers Association of the school re
cently. Mr. Lundell says that he will
have to devote considerable time at
first to Individual Instruction as most
of the boys are not familiar with
The instruments which were purchas
ed by the school have been received
nd have been issued to the young
sters. Mr. Lundell will devote most
of each Saturday to lessons for the
boys &nd hopes within a month to- be
able to hold rehersals of the . entire
organisation. He has had experience
in organizing boys' bands before, hav
ing handled such an organization with
success In Weston before removing to
Pendleton. The Hawthorne school
band will be the only one of Us kind
In the city when perfected.
Muskian Kills leer. ,
Eirl Sawyer, accompanied by Walt
er Albrecht of Pilot Kock. returned
yesterday from a hunting trip to Fly ' pan. by Mr. Randall and Mrs. John
price changes during the
l.oveJand Funeral Today
The funeral of the late Gus Love
land, who died of typhoid fever, was
held at 2 'o'clock this afternoon from
Brown's Chanel. The interment wns
made at Olney cemetery. I WASHINGTON', Oct.
... .-.i - i ., I Measures to make the
KAHN WOULD SEE U.S.
LEAD WORLD IN AIR
Funeral to Ro in Ashland
The funeral of the late Mrs. C. Z.
Randall Is to be held from her former
home in Ashland, according to an
nouncement today. The body will ba
sent there on No. 5 tonight, accom-
valley. Mr. Sawyer killed a seven
point buck: that dressed 300 pounds
and also bagged a big bob oat. They
had very good hunting and enjoyed
Jlev. Riwtsahargcr Heturns.
Kev. R. L. Bussagarger returned to-
duy from a short trip to Seattle and
Taooma where he visited two of his
brothers and attended to some busi
ness matters. . Rev. Alfred Ixckwood
was a passenger to the sound on the
same train aa Rev. Russabarger but
did not return with hint.
son, her mother.
Teachers Have Pay nay
This afternoon and tomorrow will
be pay day for the teaching forces of !
the Pendleton schools and between t
$5000 and $0000 will be paid out for
the first month's services. Schools
today are completing their fifth week
f the present term.
1. U. Re
leader of the world in ' aviation de
velopment will be laid before congress
when it meets in December, Represen
tative Kahn, chairman of the housa
military affairs 'committee said to
day. Kahn'a plan contemplates an
annual appropriation of $15,000,000
to help American inventors develop
new plane designs and new devices
which will make air travel safer and
more practical. It would encourage
both commercial and military aviation.
Xo action waa necessary, the presen
tation of the names and their certifi
cation being sufficient. The measures
are now ready to go on the official
Fire Chief W. E. Ringold and his
firemen obtained the 303 names yes
terday by rustling. Councilman Man
uel Friedly had charge of the park
petitions and is Indebted to members
of the Womens Club, Mrs. Thomas
Hamptqn, Mrs. B. T. Wade, Mrs. J. B.
McCook, Mrs. Ralph Polsora and Mrs.
laura D. Nash for the success of that
The chief needs of the fire depart
ment are a new motor driven pump
and fire truck while the park measure
is intended to protect against the fu
ture. The lot desired is now under
option to the Pendleton Commercial
Association for (8000 and is bounded
by Alta. Webb, Clay and Mill treet.
instead of coffee
A -pure cereal
ctrink tKat makes you'
sleep better, and eel
form, of Postum
must be boiled a full
Jit grocers everywhere
(iUlaiidrrs Not In Itacc.
Karl Oiilanders, mentioned both as
possibility for couucllmun nnd for
mayor, today told friends that he was
not in either race and would not con
sider running for either office. The
independent ticket had suggested Mr.
Gillunders aa candidate for the council.
GANDIL DENIES ANY
PART AS GO-BFTWEEN
SEATTLE FACES EARLY
RISE IN BREAD PRICES
TiCRion Meeting Will Wait. -
Pendleton lost, American Legion,
will not hold a meeting on Monday
evening, as is scheduled, but will post
pone the regular monthly meeting
until the return of Perry Ij. Idleman,
post adjutant, who attended the Na
tional convention at Cleveland last i
week. He will report to the post on
the deliberations of -the convention
when he returns.
Smokers See Hopes
Grain dealers and persons Interest
ed in the reports received daily by
Overbeck & Cook, brokers, today eaw
hopes of cheaper smoking tn the fu
ture. Virginia tolarco that three
months ago brought 70 cents a pound
may now be had for 37 1-2 cents, the
wire sa id. I oca 1 dea lers, however,
-say that it will take a long time Tor
tobacco prices to drop for the consum- :
because of . the slow Increases in
. HOUSTON. Texas. Oct. 1. (A.
P.) Chick Gandil today denied he
was the go-between in baseball gambl
ing. Probe Will Continue
CHICAGO, Octt. 1. UT. P. The
county grand Jury will continue its in
vestigation into crooked baseball. Chief
Justice MacDonald of the criminal
court announced today. His state
ment followed a published report that
itates Attorney Hoyne ordered the
Jury to discontinue its probe because
no legal basis for the proposed indict
ments already voted against
members of the White
SEATTLE, -Wash., Oct. 1. (A. P.)
Seattle faces an early increase in the
price of bread, either by an advance In
the price per loaf or a reduction In the
s ie of the loaf, it was stated today by
Gustavo L. Rasmussen, president of
the Seattle Baking company. Accord
ing to Mr. Rasmussen, the price of
flour is the main factor in the present
situation which, he said, will force
manufacturers to raise their prices or
go out of business.
Stand at Dhnna T
Charles CoJIiUilO J
THAN ENOUGH SIGNERS:
Petitions bearing SOS signatures fori
eight j the fire apparatus measure and 293 i
Sox and two j signatures tor tne park and playground
measure were presented to the city
retail price which followed rapid J Jectlons.
Xew lmltelnientft Imminent
CHICAGO, Oct. 1. (A. 1) In
dictments against three more ball
players and s'x or seven gamhlers may
be returned by the grand Jury InveS'
tigating the world series scandal It is
The foreman of the grand Jury said
the baseball Inquiry will be continued
notwithstanding states attorney's ob-
counctl last night tn extraordinary dm
sion and, after being certified, were
filed wHth the city recorder. The
first calls for a vote by the people Nov.
S on a bond issue of $14.00e for the
purchase of fire apparatus, the second !
fur a bond issue of sin to buy a :
block in the east end suitable fur park j
and playground purposes.
Kvery member of the council, the!
mayor, city attorney and recorder
were present to accept the petitions.)
Head of Voice Depart-
. ment Malen Burnett
School of Music.
For six years associate
with the Armbnistpr
fechool of Opera and
r o. l
x cuiucion Ollldio.
Mr. Olson will be heard
in recital at the First
Christian Church of
Pendleton on Fridav
evening, Oct 1, at 8:15,
rubnc cordially invited.