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DAILY EAST OESQONlAIf, PKTDLET01T, OREGON, TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 23, 1920.
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I News of Pendleton
OALIENDAH OF EVUMW
Nov. 11-25 Red Crosi Roll
Nov. 22. Americas Legion
Nov. 25, Thanksgiving Foot
ball, La Urande v. Pendleton,
Quarantine In "Lifted
Councilman Manuel Frledly was able
to return to his business this morning
after being quarantined Bt hlH home
tor a week on account of diphtheria In
Dec, 6. District K. of P. meet-
I nit here.
Doe. I. Annual Meeting
Use. 10. Hale of Indian lanC,
Ml Purdy in Office
MIhn Kuth Purdy has accepted a
position In the office of Dr. H- M.
'Hannavan, local dentist.
Are Pendleton Visitors
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Ferguson, of
Athena, are Pendleton visitor! today.
They returned this morning from Port
celved 1SS7 vote, D. P. Powell 71 and
Jl. Nnttleshlu 863, thus eliminating
.Vettlnshlp from the final contest. The
contest between Powell and the for
mer local man will occur goon.
n Will Visit California
Mrs. Qenevieve Belts, formerly of
this city where she operated a tieai'v
parlor, will apend the winter In Call
fornla, according to word received by
local friends. Mra. Bella la much Im
proved In health. She ha been visit
ing In Brownsville.
Doughnut Will Jto Featured
L. W. White, a recent arrival from
Butte, Is remodeling 'the store room
at eon Main street, until recently oc
cupied by the Alice Shine Parlor, for
a doughnut lunch counter. He "win
specialise In doughnuts, doing both a
counter and retail business. He plans
tc open about December 1.
I air Weather Predicted
Pendleton Is to have a season of fair
weather after aeveral days of cloudy,
rainy weather, according to Major Lee
Moorhouse, official weather observer.
The barometer registers 2.5.' The
maximum today la 52 and the mini
mum last night wu 30,
fteorgu Tonkin Arrest
fleorge Tonkin, formerly gumo war
den for this district, now U. 8. game
warden, was responsible for the recent
urrest of H. AV. Welcome, of Junturn,
Oregon, for the alleged Illegal trans
portation of beaver skins, to the Klls-worth-Thayer
Manufacturing Co. of
Mllwaukle, Wisconsin. Welcome (in
come assumed all blame for Infractions
of the law.
Ik n Hill Chosen
Ben F. Hill, formerly of this city,
now of Walla Walla, was yesterday
l.ind where they attended the Pacific! chosen at the Walla Walla primaries
International Livestock Exposition. ss candidate for mayor. Mr. Hill re-
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FRESH OLYMPIA AND LARGE NEW YORK
YOUNG, FAT, ROASTING CHICKENS, 30c
per lb. dressed.
YOUNG DUCKS AND FAT YOUNG GEESE,
30c per lb., dressed.
TENDER, YOUNG TURKEYS, 45c per lb.,
i ., iA jiXlU
DELICIOUS, HOME MADE
35c per lb.
Please place your order early tomorrow.
"WASTE LESS BUY THE BEST"
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
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(Private Eu-hango Connects Both Department)
HXfi UltOCKItllCH AMI MHVTS
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A plea to "Finish the Job" was re
ceived today t Red Cross Boll Call
headquarter from B. K. Arne, of the
Northwestern headquarters of the Bed
Cross. Mr. Arne saya that Pendleton
and other towns of Umatilla county
are lagging In the Roll Call and he
urges that the campaign be given ear
nest support. "The Bed Cross must
not fall now when the peacetime
need for It Is greater than ever be
fore," aid Mr. Arne.
Wants Kpcvd limit Enforced
The arrangement between the Pen
dleton Commercial Association and
officials of the O. W. R. X. Co., re
garding a six-mile speed limit for Its
trains while crossing East Court, Main
and Ash streets, Is entirely satisfactory
to the railroad, according to a letter
received today from J. P. O'Brien, gen
eral manager. Mr. O'Brien asked the
association to report any cbbc where
engineers are known to violate this
edict and expressed his cooperation In
keeping down accidents at grade cross-
Just One Month From
Now the children can visit the Toy Depart
ment. It's ready with innumerable toys of every
kind and lescription so reasonably priced as to
permit every family, however frugal, to possess
its share of toyps.
We want every child to see these wonderful
displays before old Santa loads them for distri
bution to hundreds of homes before Christmas.
Pick out yours before all of the best are taken.
(illmore and Kicker Join
George CJIImore, of Chicago, and
Frank Kicker, of Charlestown, South
Carolina, entixted today In the U. S.
Ni.vy, signing up with F. R. Weaver,
local recruiting officer. They will go
to Portland tonight and If successful
In passing the examination will be ad
tr.ltted for training as firemen first
class, for machlnista mate. Gllmore
will be sent to Chicago Naval Train
lug station and Rlcker to Hampton
Boads. Virginia. Both men were pass.
Ing through Pendleton when they dc
cided to Join the navy.
Pay Cash Pendleton's Variety Store Save Cash
tHE 'RAILROADS ARE
DOING THEIR BEST
But Time and Enormous Ex
pense Will Be Required to
Restore Pre-War Efficiency.
i A full line of CARVING SETS at reasonable
prices, as well as a complete line of Holiday Roast
ers and Baking Ware. '
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um'rersa Stores &Fumaces
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Philadelphia .1 Although
there has not yet beet time for the
benefit of the Transportation Act !
to be of material assistance to the
railroads, some of the larger systems
re anticipating the future by proceed
ing at once with marked Improvement
of freight and passenger service.
This Improved service, however, can
not be bad as If by magic. It will re-I
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" " " ituia .v oduio cusiuvi aim mure
can, and to construct additional and
enlarged facilities. Much hard work
confronts the railroad managers be
fore the transportation machine can
be put Into complete repair so that It
can meet the demand placed upon It
by our ever growing industries.
More locomotives and freight cars
are the primary demands to today's
transportation situation. To meet these
demands several very extraordinary
orders have been placed with the big
equipment producing concerns. One
definite Instance Is the Union Pacific
System which has Just purchased 102
locomotives. Including 19 Mallet, 16
Mikado, 10 Pacific Type, and 30
switching locomotives; 6169 freigkt
cars, and 72 passenger cars.
Part of this equipment bss already
been put to work. All of it will prob
ably be in use within the next 60 or
90 days, and every reasonable effort
made to nfove all traffic offered even
before that time.
Left to their own initiative for rea
sonable time the big railroads will
demonstrate the wisdom of the Con
gress In restoring their property to tit
control of the owners.
MONTKSANO AFTF.R DISTINCTION
MONTKSANO, Wash.. Nov. 23
This county sent town Is making a bid
to become known as "the rw
Blossom Town." Eleven hundred
cherry trees nre being put out by res
idents In their yards and narkine
strips a a community undertaking.
OLD TIMKS AUK KKCALLKD
TACOMA. Wash.. Nov !lin
echo of- the dim nnst n l,u., r.i in
Judge K. I.. Card's court rtere when
Steve (tin in link, a former snlnnn fc,.nn.
er. sued a customer for SI so for nn
unpaid Honor hill. The limine
aliened to have been purchased prior
10 when this state went dry.
LKAVKK SO.OOO.OOA KSTATR
NRW YORK, Nov. 23 (A. V.I
Nearly SIS, 000. 000 was left hv Rirh.
nrd M. Colgate at his death In Orange,
N. J., In September of last venr. It nm
learned yesterday when the result of
the official appraisal of the toilet nrtl-
cle manufacturer's estate was plnced
on file by the deputy state controller.
ITAII ltANKK.lt IS KILLED
SALT LAKE CITY. I'tah. Nov. 23.
(A. P.) James Montgomery Whit
more, president of the First National
I'ank of Price t'tiih. was killed when
an east bound Denver ft ltio OmnHr
train struck the automobile which he
Will be Closed
This Store '
Will be Closed
I'i:MI.ITON' I.KADIM. KTS-HK.
ILo weir Prices
ower . Puces
.Buy Now an
A TREMENDOUS SELLING EVENT FOR BALANCE OF THIS WEEK. Special
items from each Department WITH PRICES CUT DEEP. They are real Bargains
and you must see them to appreciate them. In many instance we cannot replace at
wholesale what we're offerings th,em for. These are special assortments that must he
cleared out. Come Tomorrow!
MEN HERE IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY
Not even in pre-war days could we offer
such unusually fine Frocks for women
and Misses' $19.50
38 dresses in this lot arid the fabrics are velvet, tri
cotine, serges, jersey, taffeta and satin, sizes 16 to
46. The models are all good and developed only in
the' season's favorite fabrics and shades.
3 SPECIAL LOTS
These are put on
SPECIAL SALE and
must be cleaned out.
If price will move
' them, they will move.
LOT 1 SILKS 15c
This assortment is of fine silk silvertone and
suesine. Plain colors of yellow, lavender and pink.
. They sold regularly 50c to 75c, arid now the price
is, yard . . 15c
LOT 2 SILK POPLIN 75c YD.
' Such shades as quaker, taupe, brown, navy and the
like, 36 inches wide. Regular price is $1.25 yard. To
be closed out at, vard 1 75c
LOT 3 PRINTED CHIFFON 50c YD.
A few lengths of these fine Printed Chiffons, sold
up to $2.00 yard. Special Sale Price, yard 50c
2 LOTS, 50 PAIRS,
SAIALTZ - GOOD
Fine all black kid
button boot, Cuban
heel, Goodyear welt
sole, high "grade
Brown calf skin
vamp with wool cra
venette top to match,
Cuban heel, Goodyear
welt sole, an ideal
service walking shoe.
MEN S :
These suits sold originally for 845.00 II
and $50.00. On special sale at $29.85. I
Good run of sizes and patterns. Buy II
one of these high grade suits and save. II
jjly MEN'S UNDERWEAR 84.85 I
L ' I One special lot men's fine mercerized lisle Under- II
f j'lf wear to be cleaned up at a big saving. This under- l
' wear formerly sold for $6.50 a suit. Come in now II
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