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DAILY EAST OBEGOEIAS, PEITDLETOIf, OEEGOW,
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TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 9, 1020.
News of Pendleton
CALENDAll OF RVENTS
Nov. 11. Armistice
State holiday. .
. Nov. 11. Pendleton vs. Baker,
footliall Uaker. , ; .
' Nov. 11-26 ItpU Cross noil
Nov. II. University o( Ore
gon homecoming, Eugene.
Nov. 13-10 Paclflo Interna.
tlonal Livestock Exposition, Port-
Nov. J2. American Legion
Nov. 25. Thanksgiving. ,
Dec. 10. Sale of Indian Ian in,
Portland where he In employed by the
O. V, II. & .V. Co. Ho has been spend
ing tho piiKt two weeks In Pendleton
visiting his parents, Judge aud Mrs.
lwnald Rot-sc la Hotter
lnnald Reese, the six year old son
f Mr. and Mrs. T. o. Ileese of lit
East Jackson street. Is convulcsclng
ofter a recent operation on his knee. ,
Itctums to Portland '
Milton niwruld left on Sunday for
HUindnrd tMI WimIh Thanks
A message of thanks to tho'l'cndlc
ton Commercial Association for the
una of their quarters on Haturday for
the meeting of the district represen
tatives of the Standard Oil Co., was
rocelvcd by th secretary this morning
from J. E. Balslcy, district salrs man
ager, with headquarters In I'ortland.
rlisrgos Against I""" N"1 lrocil
. churn., nitaliist the four youths ar-
rrsted Friday night for the robbery of
the Oregon nakcry have not been drop
ped, District Attorney It. I. Keaior
snl d today. Tho report was published
this morning that the district attorney
had decided to let the boys go on pro
bntlon. Charges now outstanding are
i l.o Investigated thoroughly, ho said
today, and the automobile put
up by one of the four us bond for
himself and three companions Is to be
held until the affair Is slfled down.
A carload of gasoline from Tulsa,
Oklahoma, will be distributed tomor
row through the county Farm Dii
reau. .The kuh was ordered with the
intention of establishing connection
with the Tulsa company In case of a
gas shortage .slmlltur to that experi
enced in Oregon recently.
Use the Phones
Grocery, 2 Phones 52G
Other Depts. 78
Know In Forest.
There Is six Inches of snow In the
higher altitudes of the Wenaha for
ests, says J, C. K iinns, supervsor of
the Wenaha and Umatilla who was
hcYo from Walla Walla yesterday.
There Is four or five Inches at Alboc,
says It, A, Boucher, who as assistant
supervisor visited the Umatilla forest
Women Are learning. :
Milton women today are receiving
instruction In the making of dress
forms from Mrs. Edith U. Van Ueuiseii
home demonstrated! agent. Mrs. Van
ieusen went to Milton today un
der the auspices of the Milton Civic
Improvement Club. On Thursday Mrs.
Van Dcusen will open a three day
dressmaking school in Umatilla.
You will .find, a-nice line of cooked meats in
our Meat Department. .
. MEAT LOAF
PRESSED CORNED BEEF
COOKED LAMB TONGUES
PICKLED PIGS FEET
"YOU CAN DEPEND ON 101"
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
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ITNE OKOCLJUKS AND HEATS
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CondllloiiH Arc Kindled.
Co-operatlvo marketing was studied
at a meeting of the Columbia Hay
Growers' association in Hcrmiston
Saturday, says Fred Bennion, county
agent who attended. Mr. Iiennion
spoke, as did Dr. Hector McPherson,
of O. A. C. ' Farmers are talking of
pooling the next hay crop, Mr. Benn
ion says that much of this year'sf rop
has been sold but la not out yet as the
Portland market Is flooded.
Not I'ulti'iilng Wis It
Htockmen of this county are not
fattening cattle for the market, suys
Fred Bennion, agriculture agent
Br. Bennion says that any cattle sent
tc, market at present are grass fatten
! ed. In view of the condition of the
! market, Mr. Benion reports, stockmen
were much encouraged at the prices
paid at the recent sale of pure-breds
i at Walla Walla, some of the stock
bringing $1000 or over. A good price
was also paid for yearlings. '
Hand Craft Pottery
Hermiston, with 37 delegates, sen
the largest delegaton to the Old
Boys' Conference which closed here
Hun day. Pendleton was second with
23 delegates present, while the entire
county sent 116. The entire number
was 157, and besides Hermiston and
Pendleton, boys from Adams, Athena,
Baker. Bend, Elgin, Freewater, Helix,
Heppner, La Grande, Lexington, Pilot
flock. Stantield, The Dalles. Union
and Weston, were present. The boysj
rangea in ags irom 11 to zi years, tne
majority being 15 or' 1. Twenty
three local adults served on commit
tees, and the youths were entertained
in the homes of local people.
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. ;
Pay Cash tendIton'a Variety Stora Sava Ch
Congratulatory Message Sent
The l'endleton Commercial Associa
tion yesterday dispatched to the Port
land Chamber of Commerce & message
of congratulation on the success of the
recent businessmen's excursion to this
section. The message was to be read
it the regular meeting of the Port
i-md chamber last night. The message
which went forward was as follows:
The Pendleton Commercial Associa
tion extends its greetings and congrat
ulations on the great success of the
recent excursion. Having found the
way, we hope you will come again
eoon. The visit did much to cement
the friendly relations long existent be
tween us and we hope that you will
help u to develop our irrigation possi
Cheaper Living Expenses
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A full line Porcelain Rangea. Easily kept clean,
l urn Crowd Attends
A hundred twenty-five women and
girls heard an address last night by
Mrs. Jean .Morria Kills at the county
library. Mrs. Bills, who whs Introduc
ed by Mrs. lieorge Hartman, empha
sized the need for the shouldering or
responsibility by the women and girls
of today. Mrs. Kills said that with the
granting of the franchise to the women
of the United .Slates, new condltioiiK
must bo met and that women must
prepare themselves to roeet them.
Mrs. Kills Is a vocational guidance ex
pert and she dwelled on this theme,
urging that girls use care In selecting
their life work. As one of tho prin
cipal speakers at the Older Boys Con
ference, Mrs. Kills has been In Ten
dlcton for the past three days. She
related some of her experiences in
helping boys and men to choose voca
Certification Is FurnifJicd.
Ccrtflcntes of election of tho. four
city officials and five councllmen and
three measures on the - cltv ballot
last Tuesday were furnished the city
recorder today by County Clerk It. T.
Brown. The city attorney will pre
pare a resolution for the meeting or
the city council tomorrow night do-
clarng tlie successful candidates elect
ed and the measures adopted. The
taking of oath of office by the, new
officials will not be held until a later
dato. . i .
O'Mrlvrny Hurt til Wreck. .,
t!uy H. O'Melvcny,. formerly : of
rendleton, was hurt a few days ago
when a speeder on which he and three
engineers were riding in the early
morning collided with a boulder which
had fallen to the railroad on a branch
line of the Oregon Short Une in Ida
ho. His knee was dislocated and one
of his companions suffered a broken
teg. Mr. U'Melveny is assistant chief
engineer In the maintenance of way
department of the p. S. t
Universal Stoves &fvmcps
Chief tilMvs (.old Weather Advice, s
Fire Chief W. 11 Klngoid Is asking
householders to take a good look at
their stoves and stove pipe connec
tion before the cold weather sets In,
as a measure of fire prevention. The
collars which protect the Junction of
stove pipes with flues should be tight.
lie t,ays, and the stove pipes well wired
up In place. Flues also should be
lean bofore heavy fires are required
In stoves during probable cold weather
WTHiFTTOfH T.F.aniMO STORK
Use the Phones
Grocery, 2 Phones 52S
Other Depta. 78 ll
Special Showing of
In Bolivia, Duvedelaine, Pony Cloth, Broad Cloth, Oxford
Tweeds and Tinseltones. '
In all colors such as Ming, Oxford, plum, navypurple, black,
copen, tweed, taupe, brown, gray and burgundy. Sizes from 16
A few fur trimmed models, others with large collars, pretty
pockets, with or without belts.
See our window display.
Nemo's in Self Reducing, Wonderlift and Kop Service models,
in sizes from 22 to 44. These well fitting perfectly made corsets
are so well known they need no introduction and
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The SalcPrice is $4.93
SALE ON FRENCH MODELS LE REVA CORSETS
S Now 20 per cent reduction. Made of beautiful pink brocade or
H striped coutils and dainty figured batistes trimmed in dainty
H laces, ribbons and French flower.
A good assortment of these
fine dress goods in a range
of colors you will like. They
make up into very attract
ive as well as serviceable
dresses. This is not a spe
cial sale but of our regular
A big assortment of fine handkerchiefs for the
kiddies. Some come in boxes and some in folder
cutouts. Some plain and some emoroiaerea
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A SWEATER FOR
Now that jou iin nuike llii-m
-oiirsclf. Itortli fasliioii anil -iioniy
demand that you nuike your
own Kwrarer. Ity so doins
suiv joiu-'lf of that individuality
of dress so nea-ssary to the smart
ly rhul woniaii and tncldeiitally
sve at least H0.00 very often
milch nMirc on caoli garment.
We feature ItKAR HR.XO
YAKXS, A ronipMe stiM-k now on
hand In all the leading shades.
Shetland Floss, ball.
CHILDREN'S WOOL SOX $2.00 PAIR
Children's wool and silk and wool sox now here
for your choosing. They come in the wanted hea
ther mixtures of the best quality yarns', sizes 6 to 10.
Our stock is complete and we can fill your needs.
WINDSOR TIES 35c to $1.50,
Windsor Ties of all kinds. Plain colors and fancy
designs and plaids, wide and narrow widths. If you
wish a Windsor Tie come to this store for it.
CLUNY LACES 12 l-2c to 30c Yd.
These beautiful Cluny Laces in heavy and light
weight in medium widths only. Specially good for
fancy work and lingerie. They are exceptional val
ues and attractive patterns.
Of patent leather and kid in wide, narrow and me
dium widths in all colors 50c to $1.50
Fancy Red Pyramid, Spitzenberg, Wine
Sap, Blue Paramane and Delicious Ap
ples $2.50 to $5.00
Wesson Oil, gallon cans $3.50
Wesson Oil half gallon cans $1.75
Wesson Oil, quarter gallon cans 90c
Wesson Oil, one pint cans i .
New Medium Salt Mackerel, each
New Bulk Sauer Kraut, quart
Holland Herring in kegs
Alaska Herring in 10 lb. kits
Del Monte Medium Size Ripe Olives,
No. 10 cans $2.25
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nond ror t'blniviiien llxcd.
' Lee Jim, Chinese who was arrested
Sunday evening on a tnarae of using
opium, was admitted to 1500 bond fol
lowing a preliminary hearing late
Monday before U. i' Conuuhuiuuvr &
A. Newberry. Sid Chung; arrested
with hint, was unable to raise bond
iin. I la In tin, ellv lull liendltlir removal
to Portland Ioth will fcc tried In the
federal courts. It was decided after
consultation yesterday afternoon. Men
Gong. Chinese arrosled hero 10 days
Hgo for selling narconos. nas oeen re
moved to the county Jail In Portland
while awaiting trial:
llolhuvll Avison Ittttcr.
llothwell Avison, son of Mr. and
Mrs. R T. Avison, formerly of this
clt;', U teco' trftig afttr a wirtoiu ac
cident which happened at Oakland,
California, lie has returned from the
hosptal to his home. Several ribs
were broken and Mr. Avison is un
able to move. He has been placed in
;i pluMer cast. The injuries were sus
tained when a machine ran Into the
ear driven by Mr. Avison. who was
pinned ticneath his automobile and
was badly crushed. Mr. Avison and
his parents are well known here.
Mix. Toliln llcs
Mrs. Clara Tohin, wife of Hoy Tobin,
-f ililtou. died yesleiday at ii. Aa-
luspital. Mrs. Tobin, who was : piwp
of age. was tlie daughter "f . tr iplTl--irTTiB--lrji
MY. and Mrs. Cliarlej Simmons of
Wallowa. The body will be taken to
Wallowa fr burial.
Knd Conphs' 1 jtvtwtt
A nvarriiice license w,m Isj-itt'd by
the county clerk Moiutav Hi'lernoon to
Trank Shinklo and Miss Amambi
Hicken hot torn, bnih of Milton. This
morning a license was Issneil to Floyd
War.! and Misa Cora E. rifflcy. b"tli