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DAILY EAST OSEOONIAN, PENDLETON, OEEGON, SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 23, 1920.
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CALOfDAR OF EVKNTi
Oct. 25. Eastorn Oregon ses-
iilon supreme court here.
Oct. 26. American Wgion
Oct. 20. rundloton Athletio
Nov. 1. General election.
Nov. S-6-7 Northern Oregon
Older Poya' T Conference here.
Nov. 11. Armistice Day-
Knv. 11.10 Paolflo Interna-
tionat Livestock Exposition, Port,
many months, was steamed up today
and piloted to the north aide of the
river whore several weeks of work
loom. The machine will be put of
work rolling rock on Karflcld street
and on other street an fast as thoy
aro (traded and graveled ready for
Mis Ihitnan HeffiKmi
Miss Margaret Putnam, for the pasttfamlly,
four years employed In the H. W. Col-dtaease
Mis Hcdwcll Knniloycd
Miss IXirothy Bedwell, formerly a
teacher In the Lincoln school, Is now
In Medford and la employed a deputy
county treasurer of Jutkson county.
Stylo Film Hcln Shown
A style review film, snowing ui
latest in fall styles, Is being shown
this afternoon and evening at the Ar-
eade theater In conjunction with the
regular program. On Sunday the same
picture will be displayed at the Alta
ineaior. in i" .,,L,,
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partment store. i(h ., , . - havii.ir iva hi'u
Man Prop Head ' street
aged 67, dropped dead near Baxe sta
tion yesterday, while en route by wag
on team from the coast to his home
He was accompanied by his wife and
The death was due to heart
No funeral arrangements
Use the Phones
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Other Depts. 78 fiJ
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si Grocery. 2 Thonca 525
Other DepU 73 :
iiVDLETTON "8 LEADDIO STORE
Garago Permit VosacA.
A permit to erect a garage costing
50 was Issued today to 1. if. Koork.
The building will be on fipruce street.
Una grain office, has resigned, tine
will leave Pendleton the first of No
vember and will reside In Salem with
her mother, Miss Putnam Is popular
.here and nor proposed departure is
have been made. The body Is at Fol-
som's undertaking parlors.
Steam ItolliT Itrouglit Out
The city of Pendleton's steam roller,
which has been out of commission for
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The Largest Head
EVER DISPLAYED IN PENDLETON
MAKE YOUR KRAUT NOW
We just bought almost a ton of the game kind
of fine cabbage displayed in our window a few
weeks ago. (
3 l-2c per lb. in 50 lb. lots or over
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
(Private Exchange Connects Both Departs illl
FINE GROCERIES AND HEATS
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Puut'litor I liorn
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Polk aro the
parents of a little daughter born to
day at their home, 621 Calvin street,
The new arrival weighs six pounds.
Itaromcicr la High.
The barometer registers 29.D2 to
day and Is higher than It has been for
several months, says Major I.e Moor
house who prophesies' fair weather.
The maximum today Is 62 nd the
minimum is 45.
Snow FnlU In Mountains.
There Is about a foot of snow on the
summit of the Blue Alountans, accord
ng to reports receved from Umatlla
forest rangers by R .A. Bottcher, as
sistant supervisor of Umatilla and We
Miss Johns Chosen.
Miss Helen Johns. Pendleton girl
who Is attending Pratt Institute In
New York, has been chosen as presi
dent of the students who are taking
Instruction In library work. Miss
Johns is the first local girl to enter
training in t. library school.
I Girls Will lie Addressed.
Older girls In Pendleton will be ad
dresse by Mrs. Jean Morris Ellis on
Sunday Nov. 7, during the time wher
the Older Boys' Conference is having
their mass meeting. Mrs. Ellis is a
vocational guidance expert and her
talk to the girls Is expected to be an
inspiration to them as to the boys.
More than 100,000 Fordson tractors have been sold to farmers
In the Untied Btates. They are helping those' farmers do more
and better work In less time and at less cost. 'North, East, South,
West everywhere the Pordson has proven Itself a money-maker
and a real necessity to the farmer. Besides it is helping
mightily to solve the labor problem.
These one hundred thousand and more practical farmers
have affirmed the economy the exceptionally low fuel and op
erating cost of the Fordson; Its time and labor-saving quali
ties and Its abllKy to Increase production. The Fordson was
built to be the most economical tractor; It is compact and devoid
of excessive weight. And It is built of tho same strong iron and
steel as is the Ford lear.
Winter or bad weather does not hinder the Fordson's use
fulness. Day or night twenty-four hours a day It you choose
you can utilise tho Fordson.
Only so many Fordsons are allotted this territory. Orders
are being filled in sequence first come, first served. Let ,us
have yours now.
There's a practical use for tho Fordson every day of the year.
Let's tell you. Come In and have a tractor talk. Olvo us the
chance to make a demons rat Inn on your own farm.
Simpson Auto Co.
Water anil Joluisou sts.
Everybody Was Pleased
today at our sale with the genuine reduction in prices.
We quote a big line of aluminum ware, various ar
ticles worth up to $4.00. Choice, $1.98.
Gray enamel, assorted articles, , worth" $1.25.
Choice, 67c. . ,
Half price on a big lot of children's and women's
ware too numerous to mention all the things. Come
Best galvanized bucket made, 14 quart, 98c; 12
quart, 79c. , .
Cuthbert Liked Pendleton.
Herbert Cuthbert, general secretary
of the Paclflo Xorthwcst Tourists' As
sociation, who was here during
Round-Up, liked Pendloton, the show
and the local spirit very much he
writes In a letter received today by
the Pendleton Commercial Associa
tion. Mr. Cuthbert resides In Van
couver, B. C.
Lodge WiU Have Entertainment.
Following the regular meeting of
Damon Lodge, K. of P., Monday night,
n entertainment, consisting of pro
gram, musical numbers, addresses
recitations and refreshments will be
given. Members as well as their wives
or friends will be welcomed to the en
tertainment, lwiepatea from nearby
towns are expected to attend.
lodno W U1 Ho Host.
Pendleton tMasons'will on Monday
night be hosts to Milton and Pilot
Rock lodges. Fifteen Pilot Rock mem
bers will be here and 35 from Milton.
The Milton lodge will put on the mast
ers' degree, and the evening will ter
minate with a banquet. Tonight 25
Pendleton Masons will go to Helix to
put on the masters' degree.
I - : Dressed
U-J Woman ' j
Wearing the proper model in'tKe rifcht
kind of a corset fcives one the feeling
of beinfc well dressed, but the corset
roust fit Jv,
To et a really fcood fittin&'corset the
cervices of our expert corsetiere are at.
One of our malces In particular," the
MODART Corset, front laced, fcives
siost excellent results. It is a corset
that will brinfc out style and improve
the general figure lines. It is comfort
able and durable. You will make io
mistake in arranfcin& for a trial fitting
at your .conyenieiice,
3450 to 20.00
are the one if riot
the most thorough
ly made corsets on
the market, and if
you have ever worn
one you realize the
style, comfort and
Made in different hygienic features such tas
self reducing, wonderlift, and kop-service. ;
Other light weight models for " slight women,
known as the little Nemo. Prices $5.50 to $15.00
Special Sale on Broken Sizes in Nemo $1.98.
In the comfy top models, low bust, el
astic tops and all the features so popu
lar with the younger set, 3.50 to $6.50
tliiHSnewem'n'a Aid ApprcWntcd.
The support of Pendleton business
men yesterday for the Hood Rlver
Pendleton high school football game is
very much appreciated by students and
administration, Citv Superintendent
H. E. Inlow said today. The turnout
was good and the Rotary Club also
supplied cars in whjch to take teach
ers from the Institute at high school
to the grounds.
Measures to Ho Discussed,
Measures which appear on the bal
lot at the coming state and city elec
tion November 2, will be discussed at
a meeting of tho Woman's Club to be
held Monday afternoon at 2:30 In the
county library. All measures which
come before the people will be dis
cussed, and besides the members of
the club every woman In Pendleton is
urged to bo present.
Kntnrlnns in Walla Walla.
Sam Thompson, W. A. Rhodes, R. E
Chloupek. C. V. A. Lonergan and
Lowell Kearn. representing the Pen
dleton Rotary club, motored to Walla
alia today to meet Charles Cochran,
district governor of fhe club, who
meets Walla Walla Roiarlans today.
An extensive program has been plan
ned by Garden City members and the
affair promises to be a big success.
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ten!Iton' Variety Stor ' Savtf Cash
Many Go to Walla Walla.
A large number of Pendleton folk
interested either in Walla Walla or
North Central high school, of Spo
kane, motored to Walla Walla today
to attend the football game between
the team of those two Institutions al
Walla Walla this afernoon. Dick and
Myron Hanley, formerly North Central
players; Jens Tergeson and One Mat
lock of Tendleton's eleven: Nat Kim
ball, Harold Brock, O. H. Temple and
Dr. and II rs. Floyd Croup were among
Ihoso leaving hero this morning.
AT THE ALTA THEATER
One thousand feet of film, showing the latest
styles for fall. We are sure it will be interest
ing as this was taken at the Great Style Show in
Chicago recently. : .:i.4 L&jHIUI
It was through our.efforts that you will be
able to see this "Grand Spectacle of Styles "
Ext ra Fancy Blue Pairmane Cooking or Eating Snow Ball Cove Oysters 30c
Apples, per box $3.50 Hall's Red Alaska Salmon, No. 1 tall cans, each 45c
Wffiite&xW ?J L"- Crosse & Blockwell's Anchovie Paste (for
Curtis Tuna Fish, No. 1 flat cans, each 6,1c sandwiches) ch 6oc m
Curtis Tuna Fish, No. 1-2 flat cans, each 35c XXXX Brand Evaporated Milk for Cooking, each
Burnham and Morrill Fish Flakes, can 25c 10c; dozen $1.10; box $4 40 E
that probably four or five days will be
Supremo Court to Convene Here
The semi-annual session of the
Oregon State Supreme Court will open
here Monday morning in the circuit
court room of the county court house
There are close to 25 cases on the
docket wbioh have been appealed from
this Jurisdiction. The ca-sea have been
met tor argument during the first three
days of the week but It is expected
grades on Monday and Mrs. Van Deu
sen has been assisting them in getting
Rabbit Irive Pluuncil
A rabbit drive will be one of the
projects of the Umatilla county farm
bureau this fall, says Fred Reunion,
ounty agent. Tho drive will be start
ed after snow falls, as the animals do
not eat poisoned alfalfa unless other
food is covered by snow. Poisoned
wheat heads will be used in tho sec--!
ion wnere rations ao not eat riiiiuh. ,
Mr. Bennion says that the rabbit pest
is 30 per cent less than last year be-1
rnnuA nf fhn ramttalirn held last vear. I
The number has not decreased greatly
in the railroad land as poison was not
used extensively there, nor were many
killed in the territory oac irom lanu
cast of upper Butter Creek where rab
bits refused poisoned alfalfa. Here the
uhiuii nv-ill 1 lined this vear. Strych
nine is to bo nought in aavance ana uii i
will be In readiness for the drive.
Rig Meeting Held.
.Umapine grange had a hlg meeting
yesterday In celebration pf its thir
teenth anniversary, says Mrs. Kdith O.
Van Ueusen, homo demonstration
agent, who attended. Mrs. Van Dou
sen says that the principal talk was
made by Mr. Blmonds, who recently
returned from overseas where he was
in Y. M. C. A. work. Mrs. Van De
son made, a few remarks on the 'sub-
jocU "Should nheHiisWrnd Ueave the
JKurm ns Often as loes tho Wife?"
(This topic was suggested by Umapine
I Women. Umapine women will Inaug
urate a hot luncn system In the lower
Card of Thanks i
We wish to express our gratitude to
the many kind friends who so kindly
nssisted us durina: the illness and
JTAnvARH Sf, CENTKH II j htreavement of our husbsaad and
Cambridgk, Mass., Oct. 23. (A. i father. J. A. Drake, also for the many
''l Harvard today defeated Centre beautiful flowers,
college In football si to !4. HIS FAMILY
PASSKXGKR AXT FHK1GHT SEHVICF!
Nov. 8 Vqititania
'ov. . Columbia
Nov. K. A. Victoria
Nov. I Parmonis) ..
Nov. It Imperator
Nov. 8 faxuindnt
Nov. In ... Carniania
Nov. 23 Aqultacia .
Nov. SS Oaroaia
Ix?. 4 K. A. Vhtorla
I XV. Kaxonia
Wee, II Katuruia
Dec. 1 1 Columbia
Dec H. . Aquttarda
Deo. 18 tarinania
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Classrow via Morale. .
Patnus Dubrovlk, Trieste
Plymouth, Cherbourg, London...
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