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DAILY EAST OREGOHIAIT, PENDLETOW, OEEGOJT,
TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 30, 1920.
News of Pendleton
t'AIJWDArt OP KVT.NT8
Uiir riw Annoum!.
Dec. 6. Elk memorial Sun
dny, Dec. 5-11 School week.
Dec. 6. District K. of P. meet
Dec. 7. Pemllwtnn Dimmer
nierclal AHftuclallun mauling. '
Dec. g. Annuul . Meeting
Dec. 10. Sale of Indian lanC
agency. Dec. 20-24 Pruning echool at
Ic. 2H-S9 Second Annual
meeting Oregon State Chambor
of Commerce, I'ortlund.
A local reHtiiurnnt on Monday noti
fied Ita riuti'ona by plitciird thut the
lrko on four article of food nerved
there Iiuh been reduced five cento per
dlnh, other reductions are promised,
the placard suys.
Tukon Permit Ui Koniodcl.
John Lung today was Issued a per
mit by the city recorder to remodel
ii nd paint two dwellings belonging to
him at the corner of High and South
Main streets. The estlmnted cost of
the Improvements Is 1760.
Itond liitU Coming In.
Two bids for the purchasfl of the
City of I'emllnton general Indelitea-
ncss lionds for the purchase or a fire
truck and the block west of Ht. Mary's
church, have been filed with tne city
recorder. Several other Inquiries
have been received. The bonds, .for
$14,000 and $8000 respectively, will he
sold to the successful bidder, to he de
termined by the council tomorrow
evening. Bids will he received up to
G o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
Court (Jots AimiiIht 10.
Police court Monday afternoon re
ceived another $10 forfeiture when
money for William Uarnhart's appeur
unce was declured forfeited. This
morning In police court Jack Dalds
was fined 15 for leaving his car unat
tended with the motor running.
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CLEAN, FINfi CUT,
Home Made Kraut
15c PER QUART
We make all of our own Kraut from the
very finest quality cabbage and GUARANt
TEE it to be ABSOLUTELY CLEAN.
"YOU CAN DEPEND ON "101"
Pendleton Cash Market. Inc.
(Private Rtfliaitgo Connects Both Departments)
I'lXK UltOCKKIKS AM) MKAT
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Mortal for Marine.
Hneclal medals will be awarded V
8. Marines who served during the re-,
cent war, according to word from Ore
gon headquarters of the Marine Corps.
The medals, which are nn emblem of
victory, may 'be secured by any marine
who send by registered mail, his dis
charge certificate to the Murine Ite
cruttlng Station, 3rd and Alder streets.
Portland. The discharge papers will
be returned Immediately, accompan
ied by the meal.
Drunks Mot Numerous.
November has produced 49 cases In
police court, of which number 35
were drunk or drunk and disorderly.
There were 11 violations of the traffic
code punished while unlawful posses
sion of liquor, vagrancy and driving
over a fire hose accounted for one
each. Fines collected during the
month totaled 9S, while 10 who were
convicted were obliged to go to Jail to
serve out their sentences. The aver
uge month's business produces more
violations of th. traffic ordinances
than of the drunk and disorderly.
Marketing to lk IHwnn'd
Fred Ilennlon, county agriculture
i agent, has been asked to speak nerore
i the L'maplne Orange and Faum Er.r
I eau Friday. Dec. 3, on the subject of
I hay marketing. During the past
month, Mr. Bennlon states, tnere nas
been considerable agitation for hay
marketing organisations. The Wash
ington Hay orowers have launched an
expansive progTam and alfalfa grow
ers In the west end of I'matllla coun
ty and northern Morrow county have
formed an association. Umapine al
falfa men are Interested In the new
t . ... . v
rini. linn, lo full tn iha nvari InuM n T with tnft.H Tor
i IMwlgift ltrtng ltflvil.
i Pledges of support are Ijelng re
ceived over the county for the con
tinuance of the county Y. M. O. A.
work. Members of the board of di
rectors were In the towns of the west
end last week and this week are visit
ing the towns of the east end of the
county. They are not collecting
money at this time, but are interview
ing persons Interested in the continu
ance of boys' work with the request!
that they pledge their future support
towards keeping up the work. Most
of those Interested are responding
well, the committee memlwin say.
3 every member of the family, everything is new, noth
4 ; ing m carried over from last year.
d Just bear In mind all the time, that when you are
5 doing your Christmas shopping here, you are assured
of the most complete line of toys and gifts that you
have ever seen before in the city, and they are new
and novel and priced to please all.
We can truly be called the store
Claus makes his headquarters.
"Pendleton's Variety Store"
The BEE HIVE
Pay Cash Pendleton' Variety Store Save Cash
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Indians Will Outlier
Indians from the Ne Perce, Idaho;
Yakima, Washington, and Warm
Springs, Oregon, will meet with Uroa-
lla Indians in the annual evangelical
Kj meeting to open at Tutullla tomorrow
J : for on eight day session. The sension
w Is under the direction of Rev. J. M."
Cornellson, Presbyterian missionary at
d Tutullla, and he will be assisted by
S Kev. K. J. Conner, Indian minister.
jSluev. Mark Arthur, of the Spauldlng
fi , church, of Idaho, will preach the
E opening sermon tomorrow, and Rev.
jiltohert Parson, of the Kumi.ih Indian
jK j church of Idaho, will preside tomorrow
.Mr. Mitchell Dim
James Isaac, of this city, received
1 1 word this mornln from his sister,
Hpira. Mamie Mitcneu, tnat ner nusoani
K Idled November 20. Mrs. Mitchell will
Flhe remembered as Mrs. Will Sullivan,
V j wife of a former Pendleton merchant.
ne is a aaugnier or me mie i-apiain
Isaac, of Helix. Mrs. Mitchell left here
15 years ago and since that time has
resided In California, but has often
visited In Pendleton. She will now
make her home In Long Beach, with
her daughter. Mr. Mitchell was at
Mare Island for over 30 years and at
the time of his death was a chief mechanic.
One Piece Pi
Tractors are subject
ed to tremendous wear
and tear, yet they must
be kept going all the
Gill Piston Rings will
add powder to your mo
tor, increase its effici
ciency, and save gas and
oil. They pay for them
selves in a few months. '
For Sale by
Own Shop Is Debate Topic.
! High school teams In the Vmatilla
i county district will debate on the open
I shop question this fall In the contest
i for the county championships. Pre
liminary work is already being done
hy teams from most of the schools as
I the season Is expected to open short
I ly after the holidays. In Pendleton
high school all new material will rep
resent the school as three of last year's
(our have departed and the fourth
member will not engage In debate this
fall. Miss Laura Ross, who coached
The Dalles debaters last season, is in
charge here. J. O. -Russell, principal
at Pilot Rock, is district director for
lire Net Is Hcoolved.
A Browder life saving machine was
received by the Pendleton fire depart
ment today and installed on the big
truck. The machine Is circular 'and
folds once when on the truck. When
opened, an automatic lock holds the
net rigid. The life net Is made of ex
tra heavy canvas, fastened to a steel
circular frame 'by heavy leather
straps and a series of springs, each 18
Inches long. The interior is heavily
! padded with quilling. A large red
spot Is placed In the center as a tar
get for one to Jump at when being res
cued from the burning building. The
apparatus was ordered several weeks
ago by the council and cost J."i0 delivered.
Hot Lunch in School
lTmupine has made -good progress
In the matter of hot school lunches
this year, says Mrs. Edith O. VanDeu
sen, homo demonstration agent. Or
ganization of hot lunches for the pri-
imary department took place Novem
ber 8 when hot cocoa wus served to 24
children. On November. 17, the entire :
school was served for the first time
with hot soup. The high school girls. I
Mrs. Van Deusen explains, do the
cooking and the servers are appointed
In turn from each room to go to the;
main sunnlv and carry back the food
I for the separate rooms. It Is then I
served to the children cafeteria style. I
The1 Freewater school, Mrs. Van leu-'
sen snys,v began ewtirxot 4inches
November 17 at a cost of five cents perj
MY J? fl V
j'lAui.irro.vs m-.aium; sriti:
AND RUNNING BALANCE OF THIS WEEK IF THEY LAST, ARE SOME
peci&l Sale. Items
which will he of interest because it means money saved. As to quality, it is of the
best. The assortments are good and the prices are very attractive. Come early.
Extra Special on
Materials, tweeds, Bolivia, Hudson . seal,
leather, broadcloth, silvertone, tinseltone,
plush. Colors, tan, brown, navy, purple,
black, taupe, burgundy and plum. Trim
ming, Coney, Hudson seal, velvet and stitch
ing. Sizes 16 to 44.
21 MORE SHOPPING DAYS TILL
XM AS. THINK OF IT!
SPECIAL SALE ON
MEN'S SILK SHIRTS
Buy your needs now,
also this is an opportu
nity to buy silk shirts
for Xmaas gifts while
you can get them at re
and patterns, and of
, best quality, sizes 14 to
$6.50 Shirts $5.20
$7.00 Shirts $5.60
$7.50 Shirts $5.95
$8.50 Shirts $g 80
$10.00 Shirts .. $795
$11.00 shirts ; ..!!!!!!!!!!.' Isiso
$13.50 Shirts , $10.S0
$15.00 Shirts $11.95
PRICE REVISED ON MEN'S
ONE LOT AT $4.85
This underwear is of best quality of its kind, of
fered in pink and blue, neat stripes, all sizes and of
good wearing qualities. Special price $4.85
One Lot of
Yoi'll have to see
this assortment to
appreciate the val
ues. Come and buy
two or three dress
MADE UP MODELS 1-2 PRICE
Your opportunity to buy Xmas gifts at a small
price. Such articles as Gowns, Chemise, Envelopes,
Children's Dresses, Towels, Aprons and the like.
They are sightly soiled is the reason of this reduc
tion and yet it comes at a time which will help you
out too, with your Xmas list. ,
81x90 SHEETS $2.35
Of best quality, not second, but firsts. Full size,
vide hem and seamless. We only have 24 sheets left
Iji this lot. Closing them out at $2.35
SPECIAL CLEARANCE 50 .PAIRS PUMPS
Bronze opera pump, turned sole, Louis covered heel; patent colonial pump, turned sole Louis heel kid
Colonial pump, turned sole, Louis heel. Originally priced $9.50, $10.00, $11.00. For special clearance ii 75
Width AAA, size 6, 1 pair; size 6V-, 4 pair; size 7,3 pair; size 714, 1 pair. Width AA, size 4 1 pair
size 5, 1 pair; size 5y2, 1 pair; size 614 4 pair; size 7, 3 pair; size 7i2, 3 pair; size 8, 1 pair; size 81?' 1 pair'
size 9, 1 pair. Width A, size 6, 2 pair; size 2 pair; size 7, 2 pair; size 8, 1 pair. Width B size 4 1 pair
size 4';., 1 pair; size 6, 2 pair; size 6'L', 4 pair; size 7, 2 pair; size 7., 1 pair. Width C, size 5, 1 pair- size
7, 1 pair.
Oranges $1.10 to $1.25 per dozen Cauliflower, per head . ' ,nj 40c
Lettuce, per head 15c Fresh Tomatoes, per pound 25c
Celery, per stalk 15c resh Ct?.co.anut each 'Z'ZZOc
' v Grape rYuiLs (Florida) each 20c
Sweet Potatoes 3 pounds for 25c Cooking Butter, pound -.