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TE1DAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 12, 1020.
People Here and There
Comrades, mot for tho first time In
22 yours yesterday when Jtev." William
8. ' (illliert wua hero to deliver ttiu
Arrtilstlco Day address. Several Well
known locul Hpanlsli 'Wur Veterans,
members of the old Hocond Oregon,
1 1 ltd not mot tliolr chaplain' since Jh6ir
serVlce In tho Philippine. AmonK
those who greeted their former chap
kijq wore A. O. Cardon, J. K. Plnson,
Hurry Lovcll and Hon Dupuls. Several
other veterans hero welcomed Kev.
1 Ollhcrt but In tho interim", had
Been him. ' '
One of the thief reasons behind the
victory of Psiidleton hll?h :Iioo1'm
fool bull team t Dakor yesterday was
SlippOlt, TIlO ("Olltlly Of HlipJiOlt wus
not great but tho qoullly wan there.
I loth City Htipr-rlntemlont H. K. ln-i
low and Principal Austin I-andreth ae-
ctmpanled the younir warriors to the
day in tho metropolis on htisinees.
Ho en (lie In on No. i,
3. W. Buisto ot VIiihoii, Ih In Pcndle
ton today on business. 111m wifo Ik
clerk of tho school district In No. 46.
OJIbcrt Kheroll of Heattlo, arrived
IZ, ot the , W and they returned on hero today for a business vb.lt.
ho. E lnt nlKht about n proua oi
tlielr protege uh any two men In town,
laker extended every hoHpltallty, Mr.
Inlow wild this mornliiK.
H. It. Warren of Athena, Ih u bus
hies visitor In the city.
Miimiet Frledly returned from Port
land last nlKht after spending throo
PHONE FOUR-O-NINE FOR BETTER SERVICE
How About That Home
Made Mince Meat
Wc have the ingredients to make it. Pure and fresh.
Npte the prices:
Citron, pound J. :...80c
i Lemon and Orange Peel, lb 60c
Raisins, Sunmaid SeedleM ' ' 1
j 35c two for 65c
Currants .30c; two for 55c
Boiled Cider 35c per pint
THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS
12 1-2 Ibf; fancy White Bean. $1.00
7 pounds Head Rice $1-00
Bananas Extra,' while they last, 35c dozen; 3 dozen $1.00
The Economy Grocery
113 W. Webb
The aches and pnins of llellx people
for tho pant 30 years have been re-
uovcu ny nr. joiin Urtiworld, pioneer
physician of IhlH county. Ir. Orlswold
arrived hero today and thin evoninK
will address the boy who are to be
guests nt tho Men's Forum banquet
at tho Presbyterian church. '
li itt ilnrlitr thn itrnf A.Hniy .htn1.ii. t.t
5 tho ltcd Cross that Mario J'oinpom.
year old Italian girl, Ih traveling
Q from Walla Walla to Henrietta, Okla
2, horna, to Join hor mother, Marie, woar
Wjlnir around her neck a ribbon with a
TJ Red Cross attached and carrying two
O'ooit cases bearing tho ltcd Cross
C stamp, arrived here yesterday from
Walla Walla and was met by Miss Vlr
Kiula Todd, secretary of the L'matilla
chapter, who placed the little foreign
er on No. 18. Tho ltcd Cross repre
sentative will meet Marie along the
ay to Oklahoma and will see that she
lus the proper care. Khe Is a plnk
iheeked younsster with the char.icter
itic of her native Italy, but slut-peaks
Enffllsh with eusc.
Unless you sec the name "Bayer" on tablets, you are
not getting genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians for
21'years, and proved safe by millions. Say "Bayer"!
1 OFFICES AND OFFICERS
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SAFETY FIRST! Accept only an "unbroken package" of
genuine "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin," which contains proper direc
tions for Headache, Earache, Toothache, Neuralgia, Colds, Rheu
matism, Neuritis, Lumbago, and pain generally. Strictly American!
ITandy tin boxes of 12 tablets cBt but a few cnt -Larger package).
AfDlrln Is th trad mrk of Byr Manufacture of Monoacetlcacidkaur of flallcrllcacP
MOW tONt KlTlOX
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speuker with a final plea for a greater
love by all, for America.
Service Oik. Ih I'rwriitrd
r. Fred A. IJeuallen, winner of the
t!istlni!uihed service (Toms, was pre
sented with his medal of honor by Ma
jor .Inines S. ,uentui'y. of the regu
lar ntmy. Major Dusenbury jleclured
Boys of Tendleton high school will
entertained this evening by
the Men's Forum of the Presbyterian
GIVE YOUR HOME A GIFT
Here I be days of your life are spent, here yoo en
lertaln your friends. The home U chief contributor
lo happiness, contentment and Joy in livinff. It is de
scrvnw of royal tflfts of
"GIFTS THAT LAST"
Select the piece of silver you have always wanted
and make a present to your home. A coffee service,
rieh In eleunncc, for Instance. Silver is decoration,
durable and dit-nified. It Is worthy of your home.
The l-arsesl IHamoiuI Ucaltn in I iftvrn Orttm
f, JLN3W1V3H1 Sn03XMnOD MOJ 3lMllM"0-anOJ 3MOHd
Kentor at 1UUT.
District Attorney K. I. Keator went
to Kreewaler today on business con
reeled with the dudes of his office. He
as in Walla Walla on business yes
DESPAiN & LEE CASH GROCERY
209 E. Court Phone 880
VE HAVE A SPECIAL PRICE ON SUGAR !
Per 100 lbs.
Pay Cash Receive More Pay Less
. DESPAIN & LEE CASH GROCERY
209 E. Court Phone 880
and Edward Rlngel today
led administrators witli
will annexed, of the estate of the late
Joseph ftlimel. Carl Kupcrs, M. L.
Morrison and Julius Nelson were ap
Hi were appoin
I'J U'ill .......... ...I
Ilriditc Vnder Omstructlon.
Of interest, to motorists is the news
that one span of the "bridge across the
Snako river, from Ilurbank to Pasco,
is now in place. The bridge will do
away wllh 'iho ferry now in operation
between the two towns.
Suit ItroiiRht on Notes
i Herman lleilke today filed suit
!opalnst Henry an3 J. K. Arkell to re-
ecver $'), 70 and $i8.4 alleged duc
on note", the first signed by both de
' fendants nnd the other by Henry Ar
! kell. Those signed hy Henry Arkell
j were assigned by the Taylor Hardware
(Co., to whom they were made. J. B.
i Perry Is uttorney for the plaintiff.
Tucl lliHlrlit 8ucd
William Kent & Co., today filed suit
against the Tee! Irrigation District to
recover H 11.44 alleged duo and un
paid on a contract for tunnel boring.
John Cunfleld filed with them two
claims against the Fame defendants,
one for 1747 and the other for $408.
Perry Penman also filed a hill for
labor, totaling K16.4. I. M. Schan
nep and Carter & Fmythe are attor
neys for the plaintiff ,
Limited No. 17 & 18
To Be Restored
I . . 1IY Tin; , ' '
Union Pacific System
on Sunday, November 14th. 1 920, as a through solid train
Portland und Chicago, without Cbango In 72 Hours.
Composite Observation Car. Standard nnd Tourist Sleeping Cars and
Dining Car Service, Portland to Chicago and Chicago to Portland,
also llaibcr and Valet Service on Nos. 17 and 18.
Continental Limited on No. 4 and 19 lietween Portland and Omaha.
Standard and' Tourist Sleeper. Portland and Chicago, Portland and
Kansas City and Denver, Dining Car Service, Chair Cars.
No. i3 and 24 llelwcon Potland and Suit Lake, Standard Sleeper,
Portland and Salt Luke, Portland unit Pendleton and Portland nnd
Same srrvfc-o as nt present SMkaiie ami lVH tlaiiil c'it ( Xo.
leaves Spokane 9:15 lnMi iul tif U p. m.
No. 2: for Portland Leaves Pendleton 10:30
p. nt.. can-lost Pendleton to Portland
No. 4 for t'lilcago U-xv Pendleton i'i:10
No. IH for Portland leaves IVndlcton 1:28
No24 for Salt lki Ixavcs lViulMon 7:15
So! l" for Portland Leaves Pcnillitoii 12:23
n. m. i- . ' . ;
Vo. 18 roe CUKK Lcjuc-s I'cndletoii 1:.)0
No' l"l,eae' Pendleton 8 a. ni. IiisHimI of
No. 7 Arrlte- IVimIIcIimi 4:15 I InMond or
No iliantrn In Nos. 1 im1 2.
For further Information cnll on T. K. O'LUtlli.V, Agent.
VM, McMl Itll.W, U. V. A.
7:45. m. ' ' "
4:55 p. in.
This Corn ltcimiver" fs f.'iiai'anlwl
Th Sf, Sf n.ible. Oukk, P.ialw Cora
Throw ausy Ihst dnngerous rnzor
nd plaster. Dun l Hte your tune
simply "treating" that pestiferous, ach
ing eorn: Uet rid of it Willi "Uets-lt.'
Simply apply two or three drops of
tltis favorite eorn remedy and vour
ipnln from THAT corn ceases forever.
(Then In twif or three days. If the corn
nas not dropped off. take hold with
your fingers and lift It off ss easilv as
'you reel a hanana! You never enjoyed
HUeii inst.int, delightful relief from eorn
misery, you never used anything so
perfect as "tlets-it." It never fails.
"ietslt" costs but a trifle at any
drug store. Money back guaranteed.
Jlld. Iy K. Ijiwrence Co., Chicago.
Sold in Pendleton and reootnmenUed
ns tlie world's pent eorn remedy by
Tallmnu A Co.. bciinnmy Drug Co.
that has not been overworked" and
said that of all distinctions awarded a
si Idler he would prefer to win it.
A hearty cheer went up from the
throng as4hc medal, one of two known
tT have been awarded to Oregop men
In the world war, was pinned on the
h eal man's. bosom. Dr. Lleuallen re
sponded with a few words of thunks.
His father and mother, Mr. and .Mrs.
J: T. Lleuallen, of Adams, and Mrs.
Lleuallen, were on the platform with
atM The doctor 'wore his' overseas
uniform, that of captain In the medical
corps. The citation accompanying the
award was read by the presiding of
ficer. :ini of Allien presented
The closing feature of the program
was the Dance of the Allies, present
ed by the school children of the city
ender direction of Miss Kva Hansen.
The dance was splendidly presented
oh the platform before the big gather
ing audience. The , participants and
outline of Ihe dance follow:
Italic of Allies
Entors Spirit of Allies carrying
flags of all nations Irene Iloyd.
1. -Italian girls
Viop t Williamson
At completion of dance, Italian flag
was given lo Spirit of Allies.
2. French girls
At completion of dance French flu
was given to Spirit of the Allies.
3. liritii-h girls
Hope In low
At completion of dance Ilritlsh flag
was given to Spirit of Allies.
4. American boys and girb
A parade In which marched more
than 100 service men of the late war.
a score of Spanish War Veterans and
included the Pendleton band nnd cars
and floats preceded the program nt
the court house. One car bore vet
erans of the (irtuid Army and in other
ears were the speakers. The Keil
Cross was represented by a flont mak
ing an appeal for the ltcd Cross Hull
Cull which opened yesterday for two
Mayor John L. Yanghan was mar
shal of the parade which moved from
the post office to Main, thence to Court
and cast to the court house. Many
lined Ihe streets to witness tnei pro
cession. At the court house the pro
gram was opened by Chairman C.eorge
A. Hartman. who called upon i.o.
John II. Secor for the invocation nnd
then Introduced Kev. Mr. Cilbert. with
whom he served In the Philiyincs dur
ing the Spanish American war. The
program as closed by a benediction
pronounced by Kev. Alfred Lockwoou
and the Star Spangled banner. ' '
that the D. a C. Is "the only honor church with addresses from both thej
bovs and members of the lorum. mu
sic and refreshments. The meeting Is
planned t 'oho a forerunner of similar
entertainment throughout the winter
for the younger boys of the city.
Ilr J. Oriswold. of Helix, will
speak on "Service." He has been in j
that community 40 years and is reput
ed to have seen more boys of Vmatlfia ,
county into this world than any phy
sician in the county. ( j
C. P .Strain, county assessor, w ill j
speak on "Business." Kev. George L. j
Clark will act as toastmaster. I
For the boys,' David Swanson will ,
speak on "What the Business Men
Can Do for the High School." Music)
by Clyde Phillips and refreshments by j
the Ladies' Aid will round out the
I Look Out for Rheumatism
i As Winter Approaches
blood remedy that hat beer) fold by
drufojuts for more than fifty years.
S S.S. acts by driving out of the
blood tha disease germ that causes
Rheumatism, thus affonang real
Begin takm? S.3.3. today ana u.
So many cases of Rheumatism
come from a tiny disease germ that
infests the blood, that physicians
are beeinning; to realize that this
source of the disease is becoming
quite prevalent. Of course a dis
ease that has its source in the
blood cannot be reached by local
remedies applied to the surface.
One remedy that has given splen
did results in the treatment cf
Rheumatism is S.S.S., O.2 fine old
you will write a complete history
of your case, our medical director
will (rive you exirt advice, with
out charge. Address Chief Medical
Adviser, 151 Swift Laboratory, At.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 11. A. P.)
The second anniversary o. the signing
of the armistice was celebrated in the
Now and Marine corps today by the
distribution of nearly 2"00 medals and
Micro of commendation for valorous
service during the war.
PAT MOOIIF, WINS HOI T.
SHKKVKl'OKT, La., Nov. 12.
1.) Moore of Mcmuhis
awarded a referee's decision
Dick O riff in of Fort Worth in
round bout Armistice l:iv.
I forming the act. according to the al
Young Johnson Is said to have con
fessed that Elmer Heiserman, 1.
agreed to pay him 200 for killing
the latter's father, sister, grandmoth
er, mother and brother. The family
was to be exteminatcd so Elmer could
Inherit the estate. It was alleged.
Johnson approached a window of
1 the Heiserman home, saw ins i')
I seated at a table and opened fire. He
cessful attempt last night to murder fhed six' shots one wounding me
11 ., e-iiter Fave in the arm, and another
an entire family of five at Aimer. the nec.
near here, according 10 uma ... .. After firing the shots, jonnson amp
in the district court here today, llej pci the gun and ran, Dul wa
was lo receive a ree of tjnn for per- captured in Atmcna.
Kail Johnson, 1
Nov. 12. (IT. I'M
. made an unsuc-
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
WANTKD Job rooking on ranch or
camp for men only ltooin 25 tlold
en Hole Hotel.
LOST Gold rimmed spectacles in
lavender lined case between 303
Garfield and corner of Washington
and 'Jefferson Heward lmiulro this
FOIl, PENT Steam heated .sleeping
I room, close in - Phone ,h6-J. ,
I. : :'- -' "" -
Before you buy a can of Calu
met you are certain oi trie grear.es:
baking powder value of the best
baking results. (
Because there are so many
definite proofs' of its superiority
of its purity and reliability. .
It received highest awards at
World's Pure frood Exposition,
Chicago; Paris Exposition, Paris,
France. PROOF that it is the best
baking powder in the estimation of ex
pert judges of baking powder quality.
For thirty years it has been
the favorite of millions of house
wives. PROOF that it gives those
millions the best of satisfaction.
r- . . m .J . j, Ed 11 v m, 3 k h mm mm m -arvrxriLi
" I , a mm jIMW.- I MSiM R. "k. j.L.
'j.'K?k. HIGHESTAWARD J0 Vcji
fLy C M-CAHILL.
Miles C. McCahlli; secret ser-'
Tlce agent, will be In command v
the bodynunrd of President War
ren G. Harding. He' is now In
charge ot the piotcclioa ot tbs
It contains only such ingredients as
have been officially approved bv U.
S. Food Authorities. PROOF of its
It is made in the largest and most
modern and sanitary baking pow
der factoriesin theworld. FROOFthatit
must be better baking powder than one
made under less favorable conditions.
You save when you buy it mod
erate price. You save when you use
it possesses more than ordinary leav
ening strength therefore you use less.
A pound can of Calumrt contains full
16 oz. Some baking powders corne in
' 12 oz. cans instead of 16 oz. cans. Be
sure you get a pound when you want it
lj cup butter, 4j cup
sugar, 3 teaspoons
Powder, X teaspoon
salt, 2 cups sifted
flour, 1 cup milk,
egg. Then mix (a
the regular wy. t.