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DAILY EAST ORSOONlAIf, PENDLETOH, OREGON, MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 8, 1020.
Soda and CJu6 Netus
I MqiK HKNKKIT N'H!:it"l.Kl.
To awtit In the financ-lntr of tho Haw
(born whool hovs' bund, a trip
Around the World In bring planned
fur Friday evening. Teachers and
parents arc itKslKlinK with tbc event
which promises to be on uffair elab
orately worked out and charmingly
presented. Thirty boys form the pcr
xoricl of the band am b en m of $1,M'0
ha been put Into ths musical Instru
ments. Those tollable for solo work
rc belnj purchancd by tho members
themselves, but the biR horn, drums,
el., sre belns provided by the school,
th drums Iwlnp used nlo by the in
l Motion. The band master's salary
Ik rIho to be met. 1-ast year when
paper wore collected and shipped by
the schools, Hawthorne pupils earned
J 1 3 5 which ha been applied to the
band fund. '
In Friday evenlLfs event many
ports will be visited, passengers leav
ing the O-W. It. & N. depot "docks"
In any one of nearly half a hundred
gasoline-run "steamers" which may
! chosen, as the porters call out the
houi-s of embarkation, by the name
of one's favorito Kound-Vp horse.
The voyage aboard even "loiR Tom,"
however, promises to be somewhat
more smooth sailing.
Seven places arc listed In the In
terettniK itinerary California, Alas
ka, dAPan. Hoston, New Orleans, Hol
land and back to old New York. irs.
C.ertrnds Nash, principal of the Haw
thorite school, is leading in the or
framuatlnn of tho event with efforts
of the. parents and teachers also di
rected toward its success. A faculty
member is to assist at each destina
tion, where a continuous program will
be In progress. Tho tour will occupy
about three hours and under the
named of famous entertainers, the
foremost talent of l'endlcton will assist.
EASTKUX STAR TO MEET
Unshoe Chapter, t). K, S., is to meet
In regular business session tomorrow
evening, the meeting being called for
u o f i" s i r s t a i ii s shop i'o u w o si k n
n WOMEN'S SUITS.
Suits formerly selling to 859.50
Suits formerly selling to 879.50
Suits formerly selling to 897.50
. Now 849.75.
Great Reductions on
COATS AND DRESSES
OVEIt TAYtOR HARDWARE STORE
iSSc-l it C
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Made in One
nim-r Hire a bottle: no
seam, no joints. Even stop-
socket is mouiaca in. uum-
i for full two years service
new one free. Get a Kant
You may need it tonight.
Hit:ST AT TKMl'LE HO.Mli
A guist at the home of Dr. and Mrs.
I. I . Temple has been Mrs. (. V.
Gregg, who departed last evening for
ortiamt en route to her home in Ash
land. Mrs. Gregg arrived In rendit
ion" Frl lay from Wallowa w here she
had been visiting friends at her former
home, her husband,, who is a physician,
having practiced there.
Afte: a short stay in l'oitlund, Mrs.
Ircgg is to stop In Kugeno w here her
on is tiiteudii g the University of Oro-goi..
PULLMAN FOLK VISIT
Uuesis belnsr welcomed nt lb homo
of Dr. and Mrs. U M. Spalding aro Dr.
and Mrs. J. U Gilllland of Pullman,
Washington. Mrs. Gilllland arrived
Thursday and was joined yesterday by
ner nu.si.ami. They pian to remain
until the middle of the week.
MISS MENTZEH IS DELKGATK
Friends of Miss AIU Menlxer, now h
prominent member of the Oregon
Agricultural College student body, will
be interested to. know thut she is to
represent the institution at an all
coast women's meeting at W. S. C.
SOCIAL CLUB TO MEET.
Tho Social Club of St. Mary's
church will meet tonight at the
Knghts of Columbus hall at 7:30 p.
m. The club was recently organized
and tonight's meeting will be the Btc
ond of the winter series.
BUSY BEE CLUB CALLED.
The Busy Bee Club is to meet to
morrow at the home of Mrs. William
Dale 408 Water street. Members are
asked to come and bring friends. Im
portant business is scheduled.
W. C. T. U. WILL MEET.
The W. C. T. U. will meet in regu
lar session at 2:30 tomorrow In the
club room of the library.
riiuso & Sunhorn's PusUet Fired Japan, 1-2 lb. 6Gc; lb, $1.13
Chase & Sanborn's Orange Pekoe. 1-2 lb. 50c; pound ,,$1.00
M, J. H. Tree Tea, Ceylon and India, 1-2 lb, 4f)c: pound HSo
. 1-3 Hi. 4.Vs pound, K.Vt
. lb. 1.1c; pound WVo
1-2 III. .Mk'; IKHlllil, $I.H)
1-2 lb. AOc; KiiikI. SI.OO
. 1-2 lb. Alk-: imiiukI 11.00
1-2 lb, 63c; Kini(l, 1J23
M. J. H. Tree Tec, green
Upton's Ceylon anu 'ndla
Kidi.'oway's Orange and Silver Label
HUlgway's Her Majesty's Blend. . . .
Hills Bros.' 'Now Crop Basket Fired Japan, pound H3ci
, Pin Head Gun Powder, pound $1.10
Medium Gun Powder Tea, pound . 00c
Kuslisli Breakfast Tea, bulk, pound 73c. anil H.'h
Imperial Japan, pound (850
oi it sixmii houhs i
Open 7 A. -M, ( law fl 1. M. ,
(Saturday, Open 7 A. SL Closo, 8:30 P. M.
Qray jBrvs. (jrocery (Jo.
NE WS NOTES
Itoad Will lie Built ,
S. It. Woods, forest ranger who is
located at Gurdane, is in the Umatilla
forest office today. He will go later
to the Bingham springs region where
forest rangers wilt assist in building
a road. Seven or eight rangers will
do the work which consists largely of
repairing and improving the old
Thomas Ruckle Koad. The road
building done under the supervision
of the forestry service will not be ex
tensive but will help toward making
a highway across the summit Into the
Grande Itonde valley.
THE PENDLETON DRUG CO.
THE REXALL STORE ,
WE HAVE DECIDED TO START NOVEMBER THE
FIRST TO SELL FOR CASH ONLY. .
If credit is wanted we will give same after com
ing to a thorough understanding.
We can also reduce the price of our goods consid
erably on account of going on a cash basis, which
will benefit you also.
UMATILLA FLOOR & GRAM CO.
220 E, Court Street 1 00 W. Alta Street
Stale Chamber Men Here.
Two representatives of the Oregon
State CMamber of Commerce are In
Pendleton today in the Interest of that
body's state-wide drive to raise $130,
000 annually for the next three years
for an intensve advertising campaign
for all of Oregon. It Is expected that
they will be here tomorrow evening to
meet twith the Pendleton Commercial
Association. Owing to the absence
from the city this morning of Secre
tary C. K. Cranston they were unabie
to get in touch with the organization
' honors and the right to enter the- New
Year s day east-west contest, (.iregon
and Washington universities bowed to
Stanford; Oregon Agricultural College
and Washington State College lost to
California. The teams which wore
conquered by- Stanford meet at Eugene
un.Saluxdajthe California victims
meet on the sajne day at Pullman.
At Walla Walla a lot of Pendleton
fans were treatetl to a sweet, football
game Saturday when the Missionaries
defeated the University of Montana
13 to 7. Whitman scored in the first
quarter when Tllton made 15 yards
on a orlss cross after a Montana punt
had been blockod. Montana, tied up
the score in the third quarter after a
series of long off tackle runs by Left
Half Sullivan; star of their backfield.
Both goals were converted.
; Whitman failed with a field goal In
this quarter but in the final period
after gaining and losing the oval
worked It to the danger sone. Two
passes were completed, the first from
Gnrver to Comrada and the second
Garver to Tilton. On ttie nest play,
which lined up for a pass, Tllton criss
crossod, took the ball from the passer's
bands and skirted Montana's right end
for the touchdown. Goal kick failed,
the ball hitting the bar.
It was the first Whitman football
victory for so long that the' students
nearly wore out the memorial bell toll
ing the good news. Montana did not
have the strength that gave them an
18 to 14 win over tho University of
Washington one week after Washing
ton had trimmed Whitman 35 to 14.
The day was ideal and a large throng
enjo.ved the best game seen on the
Whitman field in many a season.
Mrs. Goldman Very III.
Mrs. Luther Goldman. formerly
Miss Edna Coutts of this city, s crit
ically ill at her home in Boise, Idaho.
Mrs G. Idman has been suffering from
typhoid ftver for the i ost month and
her mother, Mrs. G. W. Coutts, and
sister, Mrs. E. F. Averill, are at her
bedside. Mr. Coutts received word
yesterday that a consultation has been
held but he has not yet heard the result.
Two I-xrtball Games for ixsul
Teams The local football teams will I
bave plenty of work out this week. On
"Wednesday the first learn will leave
for Baker where they will play that
city on Armistice Day. Many of the
students and down town people are
planning to attend the game and a
good showing is expected from Pen
dleton for the decisive game. Baker
recently defeated La Grande by a de
cisive score, so the Eastern Oregon
championship for Pendleton will lie in
the victory of that game. On Satur
day the second team will co to Hermis-
CHICAGO, Nov. 8. (U. P.) Fol
lowing a conference with other "loy
al" American League magnates here
today. Clark Griffith, owner of the
American League Washington club,
said that In case there is a baseball
war and a new organization of 12
clubs is formed, the American League
will start three new clubs. He said
they would bo placed In Chicago, Bos
ton and New York, where American
League clubs which have favored re
organizations are located. He said
that promoters for the three new
clubs are already obtained an.l suffi
cient money Is in sight to Insure their
predictions as to the outcome of Sat
urday's football games In the coast
and northwest conferences did not run
verv true to form, with California a 49
A ; to 0 winner over the Washington State
5 .College team. Stanford a tmre 2 to 0
SI winner over University of Washinton
and Whitman victor over University of
Montana. 13 to 7. Of these games, the
Stanford-Washington contest came
nearest to running true to advance
The rout of the Cougars at the
hands of the Bears caused more than
mere comment here. The score arous
ed consternation. Seven touchdowns
over the northwest's best team indi
cated that California has one of the
greatest machines In the recent history
of coast football and stamped the
Bears as fit to meet the best of the
east at Pasadena on New Year's day
should they emerge winner over Stan
ford two weeks hence.
!l Stanford and California, by their
wins Saturday, took the argument to
H.1 SCHOOL NOTES I
assures you that there is
no substitute for
An old saying, but nonethe
less true: A bottle ot
taken in time, helps
ton where they will meet Ilermlston's
first team. From the work members
of tha team did n the Jtllton game
Pendleton should score another vic
tory to their increasing number., Stu
dents will be back from the Baker
game so that another good crowd 'will
attend the -game at Hermiston.
"They. Work while you Sleep"
Do you feel "under the, weather"?
Keel bilious, constipated, headacy, full
of Cold? Cascarets tonight for your
liver and bowels will have the sun
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with your head clear, stomach right,
breath sweet, and skin rosy. No grip
ing no inconvenience.. Children love
Cascarets too. 10, 25, 50 cents.
. Niiiiiiixacliablc If you were to see
the unequalled volume of unimpeach
able testimony in favor of Hood's Sar
saparilla you would upbraid yourself
for so ltng delaying to take this effec
tive medicine for that blood, diseasfc
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Monday, Nevember 15, 1920
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SALE OF REED AND FIBEIt .
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Tlio remainder of our stock
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$35.00 "Fiber, Rocker,
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and back ..... $24.50
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