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DAILY EAST OREQONIAN, PERDLETOW, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 27, 1920.
Wefflsof'. Pendleton ;
-Doc, B. Klltii'- memorial Nun-
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lWo. 5-11 fichoul weekY "'
Dec, . DlHlrlot K. of P. meet-
Inir hme. ,
Dec. g. Annual Meeting
Bound-Hp directum, 4
Deo, 10. Sale of Indian lunC,
agency, 4 '
OALEKDAH OF EVilNTi
l.lltln Dnuxhlcr I(ini,
Mr. anfl Mi. flnf KI'rkpM ride ore
thn parents of a baby daughter born
hi m. vuunonya nospiint. Little MianJ
Klrkpatrlrk chime .ThniiksKlvhiir Day
'fm her hlrthday.
I fccnaon Vfll
Next wwk will murk the opening of
thn girls linktlnl season ut the Pen
dlpton high Nchiml, accord I iik to MIsh
I'.'va iraiiNi-n, head of the phyalc.nl
training Mil-local schoola. Jntercluss
giimes will be, played first, the )unlor
meeting; the wnloin next week and the
sophomores meeting the freshmen the
week following. The winners In each
rcmrt iwlil compete for the elans
championship. Later ' Minn Hansen
win pick the high school team. Khe
has had several letters from out-of-town
teams asking for ;ameM with the
local team, but a yet It In undecided
whether or not the Pendleton sqund
will meet otho team.
hool pupils. According to MIsh Han.
ten, the keynote of the program la to
teach children to live clean, wholesome
lives, and there will be nothing com
pulsory about the, program. Examina
tion of children will be confined to
to taking their weight, height, chest
expanHlon, He. Tho drinking of mill;
with mealo will be urged, and children
will be asked to answer questions each
month rewarding hclr food, their
aloep, and general health.
I bit It h Program Planned ' '
MIsh ilflunsen, heart of physical
training In local schools. In at work on
a health program to be followed by
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Rome Beauty Apples
1 Extra fancy grade, wrapped and packed, $2.45
pit box. . 4 , .4.
'The Rome Beauty is unexcelled for Pies, SauceJ'
and Baking:, and is also a delicious eating apple.
this is your opportunity to secure a very fine
upple in an absolutely dependable pack at a very
moderate price. ,
"WASTE LESS BUY THE BEST"
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
(Privnlo Kxclinngn Oiniicys llotli IM'iartmcnt)
I'IMJ iiltlK'KKII'W AM) MKATS
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Mr. Jiwlrii Dies
Mrs. Iridic T. JiiHlen ified laKt night
at 10 p. m. She was the. wife of Jlarrj
W. Janlen and waa J I year of age.
:r. Jiwlen was the daughler of John
Marjaolop und waa born In Little Falls,
Alliletlo ('lull' Cnwl Soiulay.
Notice has been iriven meinhAra tit
ttbe Pendleton Athletic Club that their
, gymnasium will be closed to them on
jHunday owing to the Knlghtg of Co
I lumhiiH initiation which will be held
! In that building.
,Ti Plain Jlrnnkg IValay. ,
I William Kgan and Joe Hunter,
i charged with being drunk, were found
i guilty In police court today end fined
J 110 each. Neither could furnish the
money and both were remanded to
jail for five days, , i
liihhop Paddra k to Rpeak . f '
Hlshop K. I Paddock, of tha utern
Oregon diocese of the Kpiscopal
church, will be a Pendleton vlaitor to
morrow and will preach at the church
of the Redeemer. Kishop Paddock 1
an Interesting speaker and popular
with local people. During the war he
I served overseas with the M. C. A.
forces. j i
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Umatilla county represenl;itlve In
the state legislature have been assign
ed front seats In the lower house by
Ham A. Hosier, secretary of state. Beats
J and 8 will be occupied by the eoun
ty representatives and seat 9- hag bee i
assigned the Joint representative from
Umatilla and Morrow counties: Heats
1 to will be occupied by the Mult
nomah county delegation. 1 .
Companions for the Child
THERE ARE LONG ROWS OF COMPANIONS
- FOR THE CHILD -
There' are Ion? ro'ws of big and little dolls, toy
elephants', pussy cats, dogs, teddy bears waiting to
be adopted by little boys and girls who are out
these days looking for companions, and we want
to be sure that every one of these little creatures
in our toy village has a new home by Christmas
morning. - ,
" Don't put off makirg your assortment, but do
it now. Let us lay the gift of your choice away
for you and you can call for them the day before
Christmas. . . - -
The BEE HIVE
Pay Cash Pendleton's Variety Store Sav Cash
Vagrant Gets Seven Days.
ileorge Johnson, alias Frank Jones,
negro, chaca'ed with vagrancy, . was
fined $1 5 or seven days In the city Jail,
yesterday afternoon when tried before
Judge Thomas Fit Oerald. Jones Is
"lleged td have staged several small
Jobs of lute which were not of suffi
cient gravity to warrant his being held
foj tbe grand Jury. Ife had no money
and went to Jail to serve out the sen-
;(.YII'tkiM Am 8can.
j Collection of fines In police
5ji during the present week have
rather unsuccessful, a persual of the
I recorder's blotter shows, Fines ag-
gregating $165 have been assessed
against men unable to pay and In nine
caaeg defendants have been obliged
to go to Jail to serve out their sentenc
es ut the rate of $2 for each day. Five
fines of 110. one of $15, two of 23 and
one bf U0 were uncollectable this week.
Drives Auto While Drunk,
George Hilly, a Toppenish Indian, i
was arrested last evening by Traffic j
Officer Lyday, charged with driving)
his auto while intoxicated, lie had :
been removed from the wheel by the
squaw after coming too near for com
fort to some obstructions such as
other cars, oa the street. He pleaded
guilty in police court this morning and
was fined t'-': Pelng unable to pay
the f ne he went to Jail on a 12-day
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Ktiiv-rlntenilcnt .crs DemitixnI.
H. K. Inlow, city superintendent of
schools, today received notice that he
lifia linnn riumitl.l Kir 1.A 1, r
d Inspectors of the, Child Labor I'oni
m ' minion of Oregon to Issue work per
Zk iiilts to children. The state law fixe
various minimum age limits for chil
dren who work, the limits being grad
uated acrordiiip'to the type of wSi'k
performed. J-.mployers who ilo:iirc tc
employ youngsters must have per
mits If the children come under the,
piovisions of the law, Mr. Inlow sa.
ami he will furnish permits wlier'
ti cy nro necessary.
1 CHEAPER FARMING
Tractors are subject
, ed to tremendous wear
and tear, yet they must
be kept going all the
time. 1 . ' -
Gill Piston Rings will
add power, to your mo
tor, increase its effici
cjency, and save gas and
oil. They pay for them
selves in a few months.
Pot Sale by
Universal Sioves &Furndces
Two Do Library Work
Miss 6a bra Nason, county librarian,
and Mbs Freda Glover, assistant, spent
Tuesday and - Wednesday at Ferndalo
school wlicre efforts are being made
to make the library a standard brancn.
Because of the removal of high school
students from Ferndalo to the Union
high school at Milton, Mrs. Victor
Chnstaln has Volunteered to look after
he Ferndalo library. One of the rules
Is that the librarian be either a Junior
nr senior in te high school. The visit
to Ferndale an one of a series made
o county branches by Miss Nason and
her assistant Last week they visited
he libraries at Hermlston and Echo.
Association Xot to Object,
ltecommendntion will be made to
Pendleton Commercial Association ut
its December meeting a week from
Tuesday that It do not enter formal
protest against the proposed increase
in telephone rates here. The request
will be made by the commercial re
lations committee of the association.
which yesterday afternoon met with
ltrtciuis 01 me J'acuic. iciepnone &
Telegraph Co., to hear the status of
the case. The action of tho commit
tee followed receipt, of word that the
city council had decided to enter pro
test with the Public Service Commis
sion regarding the rise. This covered
the city sufficiently, the committee
decided. J. A. Murray and John Clea
ver represented the telephone com
pany at the meeting.
PLMM.TO.Vi M'ADIX; MRK
Special Showing of
In Bolivia, Duvedelaine, Pony (Cloth, Broad
Cloth, Oxford Tweeds and Tinseltones.
, vIn all colors such as Ming, .Oxford, plum,
navy, purple, hlack, copen, tweed, , taupe,
brown, gray and burgundy. " Sizes from 16 to
41 , j
A ffw fur trimmed models, others, with
large collars, pretty pockets, with or without
belts. - ,' ',
See our window display."
A good assortment of
these fine dress goods
in a range of colors you
will like. They make
up into very attractive
as wrell as serviceable
dresses. This is not .a
special sale but of our
DECEMBER DESIGNERS ARE HERE
Patrons having subscription cards please call
and get yours.
A big assortment of fine handkerchiefs for the
kiddies. . Some come in boxes and some in folder
cutouts. Some plain and soine embroidered.
Folders . 15c
Box Handkerchiefs 25c
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 1(
Our stock is complete and we can fill your needs.
WINDSOR TIES 35c TO $1.50
x 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 L2c TO 30c YD.
These beautiful Cluny laces in heavy and light
weights 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
SPECIAL 0N CORSETS '
LOT 1 $1.95
This lot of corsets are in sizes 19, 20, 21. White,
medium bust and back lace.
LOT 2 $3.98
This lot consists of Nmos, Modart, La Revo and
Madame Irene, pink and white, front and back lace,
either high or low bust.
LOT 3 $5.29
This lot are of pink,, white and fancy coutil, elastic
in top and hips, all sizes. .
t LOT 4 $7.50 : "i
This is a beautiful lot of corsets, many of them in
fancy brocades and coutil, all sizes.
A SWEATER FOR EVERY FROCK
Now that you can make them
yourself. Both fashion and
economy demand that you make
your own sweater. By ao doing
you assure yourself of that In
dividuality of dress so neces
sary to the smartly clad woman
and Incidentally save at least
$10. (Ill very often much more
on each garment.
We feature BKAR nnisn
YARNS. . A complete stock
now on hand in all the leading
Germantown Yarn, '
Shetland. Floss, bal 35c
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Grocery Department .
Skinners Macaroni or Spaghetti, pkg. 10c Appetit-sild in pound cans . .
Spiced Cut Herring in pint jars 35c p ' .
Imported Anchovies in pint jaiis 75c 1Sf,ld NVhlte GraPe Jic6, large
Gorton's Fish Balls, 1 lb. can 30c . -bottles
Coliiiulihi Jinlorspn l'Vilwatlon,
The first I'mntllla (Vnnty Farm
Bureau branch to endorse plans for a
state federation of Farm Bureaus Is
! the Columbia branch which at Its
meetinK last night went on record as
belnir In favor of a state organisation.
The plan was outlined by .1. F. 51c
Nuui;"ht, vice president of the Farm
Bureau, who heard the plan explained
by prominent state workers here No
vember 11. Other business transacted
at last nlisht's meeting was tho sub
scription for 6(1 sacks of rabbit poison
U for a poisoning cAnipniitn of which
decided also to carry on boys' snd.
irls' plK, calf and corn clubs, with
Henry .ommerer in ctiai'Ke. The bu
reau is to carry on wheat demonstra
tions as a means of encouraging grow
ing of wheat for feed purposes. Their
project has been neglected because of
alfalfa growing. Fred Bennlon, coun
ty jigent who attended the meeting,
has ordered some IMcklot seed from
Idaho for usewf the farmers. Accord
ing to a decision last night, the bureau
will hold a poultry culling demonstra
tion llecemhcr 11 at the K. K. Graham
ranch. They voted to . send Frank
Ueddow to the pruning school to be
held In Frcewatcr in December,
meeting of congress in the hope of
getting funds to support the nation.
Ik-Id for Selling Alinhol
C. F. Campbell, charged with selling
denatured alcohol to two Indians yes
terday, was arrested last night and is
being held in the city Jail. The police
have notified the department of justice
at Portland and are awaiting word as
to the disposition of the case. Camp
hell Is alleged to have admitted his
guilt to tho police. ,
I'ato Is Vndcr'dcd.
The fate of the experiment station
at Hermiston is as yet undecided, says
Fred Reunion, county agent. The sta
lion must close January 1 if funds can
not be secured to continue the work,
Chief of Reclamation Service Scofleld
Rlcker. sent from here recentlv. were
accepted end wUl he sent to training
Five Take Kthitm
Five men are taking the civil wrrtce
examination today, for clerk carrier.
The examination is given by T. c. Man
gold and la for filling the position of
brave l"or ltaick Hunt
Claude Miles and John Hamley left
hv auto this afternoon for lrrigou,
where they will get an early start on
ducks tomorrow morning; on the near
Uecord I I nhroken 1
Not a man sent from the local navy
office which is in charge of F. R.
Weaver has been rejected In the Port-
lend examinations. Three, Oeorge
To Cnre a odd In One Hay
Take Grove'g LAXATIVE BROMO
QUININE tablets. The genuine bears
the signature of E. W. Grove. SOc.
JJHICHESTER S PIUS
flU J'IV KDIXU p"l
Ward we will take yen In y
Dr. Lynn K. Blakcslee
CI Woman. X-Uy r.U,-...
Phone 41 $
Room 1 1
Fbjklan ami Murtma
Room. II and n Rmitn-O..,,.
Talephon. 1o Ra , n
Henry OU IU b In cliarso. They
win present the matter at the next
GUmore, Y. V. Windsor and Frank: