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DAILY EAST OKEGOKIAN, PENDLETON, ORZQON, MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMEER 8, 1920.
News of Pendleton
CAUENDAH OF EVENT
Nov. t-t-1 Northern Oregon
Older Poys' T Conference her.
Nov. U. Armistice Day
Nov. 11. Pendleton vs. Baker,
Nov. IS University of Ore
gon homecoming, Eugene.
Nor. 13-10 Paeifto Interna
tional Livestock Exposition, Port.
Nov. 22. American Legion
Dec. l0.-8ule of Indian lands,
Club Secretary ItcturiM
, Miss Anna CJoddurd, office secretary
tor the Pendleton branch of the Trl
State uto Club, returned this morn
ing to her desk In the Pendleton Com
mercial Association office. Mi Ood
dard has been employed for tho past
month by the republican central com
mittee as stenographer.
Itnturna From Portia nd
James Welch returned yesterday
from Portland where he attended the
funeral of hie (later, Mm. If. jr. John
on. Mrs. J. F. Robinson, a ulster of
tha late Mrs. Johnson, will return
Comiwrrtol Body to Me
Notice of the November meeting of
the Pendleton Commercial Assoclotlon
tomorrow night have been mailed all
membrfr In the city, urging their at
tendance. .Matters to be brought up
tomorrow night constitute ona of the
most Important sessions for several
mnnih. and considerable forward
looking measures are expected to bo
r.it.l i r mtxTH funding
Cold weather of late has hampered
,,iinr oneratlons on ranches where
the season wan late Bnd as a result
several who farm near the foothills aro
getting In only about half days. The
ground hns frozen quite hard after
nome of the recent frosts and until
the snow Is removed from the nearby
mils It Is thought that seeding will be
possible only after the ground thaws
each day. In sections where seeding
was completed early the grain Is one
and two Inohes above the grc-nd and
showing In thick stands.
Man Held for Federal 'Jury
Herman Hohrer, held here" on a
charge of having narcotics in his pos-st-ssion
unlawfully, had a hearing be
fore U. 8. Commissioner 8. A. New
berry Saturday afternoon and was
bound over to the federal grand jury
In $760 bond. Deputy U. 8. District
Attorney A. F. Flegel, of Portland,
was here representing the government.
Use the Phones
Grocery, 2 Phones 526
Other Depts. 78
OTMLETON'S lEADWO STOKE
Use the Phones
Grocery, 2 Phones 528
Other Depts. 78
Women's Mining Tonight.
Scheduled for 8 p. m. tonight at the
llberary auditorium is a talk by Mrs.
Jean Morris Kills, vocational guid
ance expert who will address Pend
leton women and girls over If, years
of age In her work. She was one of
the principal speakers at the recent
Older Boys' Conference. ' Musical
numbers will be additional features
for the program.
Giving Pendleton Lower Prices
This Store Leads
Special Sale on Suits
BEAUTIFULLY COLORED, FIRM, JUICY,
We leave it to your judgrrhent if we haven't th
finett assortment of apple in the city.
'Spitienbergs, Delicioua, Winter Bananas, Ar
kansas Black, Ortleys, Jonathan, Rome Beauties,
Wineiapt, Ben Davit from Hood River and Milton.
Priced from $4.00 to $1.15 per box
"YOU CAN DEPEND ON '101' "
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
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Auto IMrertors to Meet.
The directors of the Walla Walla
and Pendleton branches of the Trl
State Automobile club will have a joint
meeting here Tuesday noon In the din
ing room of the Elks club. The visit
ing directors will motor over with Sec
retary W. 8. Parks In the morning and
be guests of 'the local directors at.
lunch. Several road matters of mu
tual Interest will come up for consideration.
Ix-glon Will Meet Tonight.
Final arragnements for the obser
vance of Armistice. Day will he made
tonight In the regular monthly meet
ing of Pendleton Post. American Le
gion, which will he held In the as
sembly room of the county library atjSS
8 o'clock. , Arramgetnenta for the pre-js
sentatlon of a concert for the benefit
of the legion on Xevomber, 22 willjs
also be started. The Shirley Concert j
'.Co., has been signed to appear IntZZ
I Eagle-Woodman hall on that night j EE
and tickets for the event probably -will
be placed on sale Thursday. j
'Wafchtnglon Paling Completed S
I Paving has been completed fromiSSS
Walla Walla, o the state line but has e
;not yet been opened to traffic and a
detour is necessary from state line to ;
the College Place Road. The new road EjS
Is of concrete and will be allowed to is
; weather a time before being opened
for use. When It Is opened the road
from Pendleton to Walla Walla will S
be completely paved but for one:
Istretch from Main street, Weston, to
Hlue Mountain school, about six miles, i
A portion of the road down Dry Creek I
has been newly graveled and Is In ex
Hand Craft Pottery
We have just received a beautiful line of vases
and jardineres, all hand tinted.
You will find these a very appropriate gift for
Our Toys and Dolls are arriving daily, to insure
yourself a choice of many desirable gifts we suggest
that you do your shopping early. ,
A small deposit will hold them until you are ready
to take them away. '
The BEE HIVE
Pay Cash iendlton'a Variety Stora Sara Cash
4 1 Yard Work Well Along-
4 Work in the railroad yards at Rlcth
9 1 which are being extended by the O.
a K. 4 N. Co.. ig progressing rapidly
5 and steel Is now being laid in the west
; extension near the depot. There Is
Quota Is 17500.
Umatilla county's quota for the com
ing W. C. T. U. drive Is $7500 is $7500.
according to announcement made yes
terday by John E. Wheeler, state
chairman of the campaign. The com
plete sum to be collected throughout
the state Is $125,000, and outside of
Multnomah oounty, the Umatilla coun
ty quota Is the largest In Oregon. The
drive, which begins November 15 and
which will last one week. Is for the
purpose of getting funds for a home
for waifs. Judge S. A. Lowell, of this
city, Is a member of the state com
mittee for the drive.
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25 PER CENT REDUCTION
. Some of the season's latest and prettiest models
are in this colection owing to the unusual amount of
Brown suits trimmed with beaver in the new
shades of Malay, Zanzibar, reindeer and sparrow.
Navy suits plain or trimmed with mole or squirrel.
Other shades of blue in Ming, Nankeen, Copen.
still considerable filling to be done In I
the extreme west end, which will take
the yard limits to the point a half J
mile west of the station. A large crew S3
ui men is worxing, a steam snovel Is.
in operation at the east end of the
yards and two work trains are kept
ousy hauling the material from the
cuts to the fills. Moving of numerous
buildings has been necessary by the
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CLOSING OVEN DOCK CATCH
WHITE rOSCfUIH DOOintOsT
HEAVY POLISH! 0 '
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OUN OUT POOR
How about the Thanksgiving Rooster and Carving 8et?
show you an assortment.
wiL Universdl Stoves &Futh3cos
Obles to Arrrat.
John Jordels has been drunk so
many times that he conslderes it an
imposition upon his nature to be ar
rested by local police when intoxicat
ed. On Saturday when Officer Char
ley Myers found ' Jordels carrening
along the streets after Imbibing of too
much flavoring extract , the victim
made considerable show of his dis
pleasure and as a result his fine In
police court this morning was $15
Instead of $10. He was charged with
being drunk and disorderly. His re
quest that he be given back the bottle
of extracts this morning was refused
end this, too. Incensed Jordels some
WOOLEN DRESS GOODS
1.00 and $2.00 Yd.
Fine woolen dress goods now on display of plain
shades and plaids.. You will like the fabrics and
weaves and we're sure to please you in colors. Se
lect a length today. Make up your dress.
Rbht now is the time to make up your SLEEP
ING GARMENTS of outing. We're showing a wide
range in white and colored outing.
White Outing 25c to 45c
Colored Outing Flannels, 27-in 29c
Colored Outing Flannels, 36-in. 45c and 50c
Women's Winter Footwear In Most Liked Styles
have not loaded our shelves with
pxtrevne stvles. but present the
most popular models in the more
exclusive of the season's newest
in shoe fashions. The prices are
reasonable, $9.00 to $15.00.
Our smart shoes for sport
' wear are splendidly made of ex
" cellent leathers and are ideal
,' shoes for outdoor wear. They
are just what you want to set off
the attractiveness of your street
" wear, and are as comfortable
and serviceable as they are at
tractively styled, $7.50 to $13.50.
Nature's True Shape in our
children's shoes. Take care of
. the children's feet by having
them correctly fitted in nature-
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You will have no confusion and
make no mistake in selecting
your winter footwear from our
new stocks of quality shoes. We
form shoes. Shoes that are built
to give support and shoes that
will give satisfactory wear.
"Kindergarten" and , "Little
Pals." $3.00 to $5.75. ;
Poppy Jam in No. 10 cans ......
TrllMitp Paid Jack Iloblnson
A tribute to the late J. F. Robinson,
local man who met his death In an
Name "Bayer" on Genuine
Take Aspirin only as told In each
package of genuine Haver Tablets of
Aspirin. Then, you will be following
the directions of dosage worked out
by physicians during 21 years, and
proved safe by millions. Take no
chances with substitutes. If you see
the Haver Cross on tablets, you can
take them without fear for Colds.
Headarhe, Neuralgia. Rheumatism,
Earache, Toothache, Lumbago and for
1'ain. Handy tin boxes of twelve tab.
lets cost few cents. Druggixts also
sell larger packages. Aspirin is the
trade mark of Kayer Manufacture af
Monoaceticaciaester or Salicyllcacld.
Boiled Cider, quart bottles 33c
! Mince Meat, bulk, per pound 3-c
I ' Currants per package ' 40c
: Seeded Kaisms, per pacr.age s
Seedless Raisins, per package 40c
Dried Peaches, per pound 35c
Medium Prunes, per pound 35c
i Honey in comb ; 45c
XXXX Brand Evaporated Milk for Cooking, per can
10c, per doz. $1.10, per case $4.40.
auto accident a year ago, was
Oregon laundrymen who met in Tort
land Saturday at the Benson hotel.
John Talt, owner of a laundry In As
toria, characterized Mr. Kobinson as
the best beloved laundryman in the
state and suggested that a silent tri
bute be paid the local man. The men
rose to their feet and remained' stand
ing In silent meditation for several
minutes. The meeting, attended by
representatives from almost every one
of the 54 laundries In Oregon, was for
the purpose of orgaJiliing the Oregon
State Laundry Owners Association.
Laundrymen of the state have wnn-
drawn from the old Oregon-Washington-Idaho
and Hrltish Columbia asso
ciation to form the new association.
Officers ore: President, Percy (1. Al
len, of the Troy laundry. Portland;
Mr. Tait, vice-president; John Weiss,
landry owner of The Dalles, treasurer.
James Welch, of the Domestic laun
dry of Tendlcton, was made one of the
four members of the executive board.
Mr. Welch and Harvey Mender, of the
local Troy laundry attended the meet
,j k.. w. lwwil Hoard Meet Tonigbt.
l?. I The schT. board for Pendleton dls-
trlct is acheduled to hold Its regu.ar
monthly meeting tonight In the office
ct the cler.:. Nothing of unusual im
port is expected to come before tho
To Cure a Cold in One Iny
Tali oroves LAXATIVB r.UOMO
QVINIVK tablets. The genuine bears
the signature of B. W. Grove. 30c.
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School Census ltiilshcil.
Taking of the school census In Pen
dleton was completed on Saturday but I
until the list is checked for errors and
duplication and segregated as to sex
the official count will not be known.
Th. u,.. nNihahlv will he announc
ed Inter this week, it was reported atjF"
the clerk's office today. I L
Brookfield Butter, without exception the fin
est butter sold in Pendleton. If the butter you
are buying does not suit you, try a cube of this
Butter Kist Bread from the Royal Bakery of
Portland, 15c and 10c loaf.
U. S. INSPECTED MEATS.
Phone 187 and 188
739 Main Stria, 2
CHAS. D. DESPAIN & CHAS. W. GOODYEAR