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DAILY EAST 0EE30KIAH, KOTLETOIT, O&EaOH, WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 8, 1920.
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Dec. 5-11 School week.
Dec. 7. Pendleton Commer
merolal Association meeting.
Dec. I. Annual Meeting
Dec. 10. Sale of Indian UnC,
Dec. 17-H State Wool Grow
ers meet her.
Deo. 90-24 Pruning school at
Deo. i-J9 Second Annual
meeting Oregon Btate Chamber
of Commerce, Portland.
Dec. 2ft-2f Grain and forage
school, Pilot Rook.
Dec. 2(-3l. Annual mealing
0. 8. T. A., Portland.
Tmit Murphy In Cltjr, .
Tom Alurphy, who ha been attend
ing University fit Oregon, is at the
home of his imrentH, Mr. and Mm. E.
J. Murphy, lie wan culled by the seri
ous Illness of his grandmother, Mm,
Agn Nelson. Mrs. Nelson has beei,
ill for mnny weeks and there la little
:iopo of. her recovery.
Indian Pay 120 lino , ,
Jlnf Kanlne wan fined 120 In pel Ire
court yesterday on a charge of hav
Ing boen drunk and disorderly that
morning, f , . "
ilil Allcnd Collrge,
Thirty-three Umatilla county young
men nnd women are attending Univer
sity of Oregon this, year. The county
ranlra elKhlhvhltthest among Oregon
counties In the number of student at
the University, and la In the group of
the counties which have from 40 to
r,(i students at college.
Twelve Take Initiatory Work
A class of 12 was Initiated Into the
Oddfellows last evening at the regular
meeting of Kiireka lodge No, J.
Knilrtoyd at T. V. W,
Tom Nye is employed at the Teoples
Warehouse. Mr. Nye Is an experi
enced window trimmer and Interior
Victors' Duy Is
Many parents called Monday at
the Field school In response to an In
volution lasued for Visitors' Day, which
Is a part of the school week program.
The oiinlla. under the direction of
Miss Neva Lane, principal, and Miss
linrlmru Hoch. gave their regular
school work. The art work of the
children waa shown also..
Kxncutlve linard to Meet. ',
The executive board of the Umatillu
county Red Cross will meet tomorrow
afternoon. Home Important matters
are to be diHCUDsed.
lA'Roy Kurt Enlist.
LeKoy Burt, of Frecwater, enlist
ed today In the U. 8. Navy, signing up
at the local recruiting office. He en
listed as fireman, third clam, and will
be sent to the oil burning school ttt
Mare Island, California.
Permit for Klied ; ranted
Charles H. Kudd yesterday was ts
rued a permit to erect a wooden shed
to cost $50 on property ai 410 I.llleth
at reet. ; . ''
IMlglng Him so Changes Hands.
J. M. Hutu has tnken over the
management of the Cosy lodging
house on Main street, formerly oper
ated by William Townseuirt.
O, V. SfHc Not Quarantined,
An Item given this paper yesterday
by city health officers that the home
of O. F. Steele waa placed In quaran
tine for smallpox, last night was asked
eorrested by Mr. Steele, who says his
addrevs Is 217 Willow. The house
mentioned was 1601 West Court. Mr.
Steele returned early yesterday morn
ing fr m a trip to Southeastern Mis
souri where he waa called recently by
Ihe death of his father. ,
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Mr. Rancher, we have just received a large
Bhipment of .
High Grade Salt
Home Meat Curing
' Tke out your supply NOW.
WHEN YOU BUTCHER
Surplus Sausage, Side Meat and Heads TO US.'
"YOU CAN DEPEND ON "101"'
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
" PnOXKS 101
(Private) Rxrhange Connect lloili DrpartmenU)
FINE GKOCKKIfa AXD MHATS
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Adjutant Speaks Tonight.
Adjutant J. Bell, ot tne naivauon
Army, will speak tonight at the Salva
tion Army hall. His talk will be of
special Interest to young people and
their parents. Adjutant Bell comes
to Pendleton from Seattle.
Biiva New ncskloner.
F. W. Hascall has purchased the
Charles Brownlow residence, 60
Bush street Mr. Hascall and family
will move tomorrow from their pres
ent residence. 212 Wesl Webb, to the
new location. Mr. brownlow expects
to build a new residence in the spring.
I virion Sending Out IjrMcr.
Pendleton Post. American lgion. Is
preparing to (end out letters to Its
472 members calling upon them to-pay
their dues for the year 1921. The an
nual charge la 12. of which' II goes
'to the national organization for dues
and subscription to the Legion Veek-
ly. 75 cent to the state organization
and 25 cents to the local post.
IKa-k Itndd Oino Postponed
The trial of Dock Kudd In the U. 8.
; district court at Tortland set for yes
terday, was postponed until Monday,
i according to Judge Thomas Fttz Ger
ald, city recorder, -who returned on No.
1 4 last night. He was called to the
1 metropolis to testify In the case against
i Kudd but wr.s excused to return to his
i duties when the postponement was an-
r.ounred. Hie will go to Portland again
I on Sunday to be present at the trial
'Hospitalization Committee Named.
The state organization of the Amer
ican Legion has just named a com
Imltteo on hospitalization, of which
p. U Idleman, ot this city. Is a niem
iber. The committee plans to send out
cards to members of legion posts to
be filled In with the name of any man
known to be in need of government
! hospital service because of any disa
bility contracted while In the service.
Mr. Idleman aska that any persons
knowing of former service men In need
cf such relief notify him.
TOYS TILT AFPKAh
Give the little fellows something that will give them as much
'oy to receive aa it does Sunta Claus to give.
Our atoek is most complete, the cleverest line of dolls that
can be found anywhere, not to mention the numerous other
toys that fill our store. All made well and made In America.
Fill their stocklnRs from the vast supply of gifts that are to
be found here.
The BEE HIVE
Pay Cash Pendleton's Variety Store
Comrade la In Germany,
One member of Pendleton Post, Am
erican Legion, Is anxious to keep up
his membership In the post although
far away In Andernach, Germany, with
the Army of Occupation forces. He
la John C. Bryson, of headquarters
company, 5th Infantry. He Joined the
local post after returning from over
seas service and later reenlisted in the
Army to be sent back to the Rhine.
He Is among the first vt the members
'of the local post to Inquire about dues
for the coming year.
Favor "Buy a Barrel" Plan. '
The Hermiston Commercial Asso
ciution at its meeting yesterday en
dorsed the "Buy a Barrel of Flour"
plan, says Fred Bennlon, county
agent, who., hud lunch with the asso
elation yesterday. All members
agreed to buy and promised to back
the plan. The association voted also
to recommend that the hay feature
be added to the Northwest grain
show which will be held In this city
during the 1921 Round-Up week. A.
K. Cobb, of the Roardman Associa
tion, and Cap Dobler, of Umatilla,
who were present at the meeting, al
so favored the hay feature. The as
sociation also protested the present
high cost of gasoline. - ,
IN YOUR CHRITMAS PURCHASES"
How about a Coaster Wagon for the kiddie?
A complete line of Pocket Cutlery, Flash Lights,
. Thermos Bottles, Roller Skates, and in fact many use
ful gifts for child or adult. v ' .
"Buy a Barrel of Flour"
3' ' Universal owes orumaces
I00O Rabbits Killed.
A thousand rabbits were killed on
Sunday In a rabbit drive at the Q. W.
Garrison place In Sarvis Canyon, 12
miles Bouth of Echo, according to a
report received today by Fred Ben
nlon, county agriculture agent. Last
year Mr. Bennion co-operated with
west end farmers In constructing a
fence for a rabbit drive, but by the
time the fence was up the rabbits had
fled. The fence was left and Was used
with success In Sunday's drive. Mr.
Garrison reports that a great many
rabhlta ran back because of the small
crowd of men to assist In the killing.
He believes there are more rabbits la
the Echo district this year than any
year in the post. Tolson, uSed bo ef
fectively In the Butter Creek and al
falfa regions, is less successful near
Echo as the animals do not eat al
falfa. Poisoned wheat will probably
I be used Inter on.
of lluwiiH's popnlntlo.
12.7 pen cent
(LARA SMITH II AMOX
(Continued from page 1.)
that during the first few months of
our mnrrlage he married Clara Smith
while under the Influence of liquor
and later divorced her. I became sus
picious when he received monthly
flOOO checks from his uncle. He fi
nally admitted It waa his compensation
for having married Clara Smith in or
der to glvo her the name of Hamon so
that she might live with hla nncle
without fear of gossip. Clara Hamon
came an visit us and during her stay
she received several telegrams from
Jake Hnmon. She showed me a small
pistol on one occasion which she aald
she was keeping as 'protection1. '
Mrs. Ruth Hamon presides over the
tinware tinnier In, the Metropolitan
"five to fifty cent''. stor here,, Shti l-
lexpensively dressed and fairly gooi
FKNDMCTO.Vfl IEADIX STORK
Only 13 More Shopping Days Till Xmas
Make out ycur lUt. Come to thi .tore and make purchaaea. During our GREAT REVISION SALE you can
tave big money, ir you naven i oeen down, come tomramw,
Great, Price Revi
sion Sale of Silks
GREAT PRICE REVISION SALE DRESS GOODS
II 1 & Ais:
Price revision down
ward on silks. Now is
your opportunity to buy
silk at a big saving. The
qualities are of the best
and the prices we "make
here are Rock Bottom.
Buy a Dress, Waist or
Skirt length and give for
Xmas you're . sure to
please if you give silks.
36 in. wide, best qual
ity Colored Taffeta, for
merly sold for $2.50 to
$3.50 quality for $2.45
$4.00 quality for $2.75
$4.50 quality for $3.25
36-IN. MESS ALINES,
All Colored Massal
ines, 36 in. wide, includ
ed in this Great Price
Revision Sale. Messal
inesthat formerly sold
for $2.25, $2.50 and $3.
40 in Silk Trico, yard
40 in. Pussy Willow Taffeta ..
Silk Shirtings, yard
Skinner Satins, yard ...
Chiffon tine Lining Silk, yard ..
Taffeta Underwear Silk, yard
1 piece Grey Tricolette, yard ..
Lining Silks, fancy, yard ........
1 Loi short length Silk Velour, worth $7.50 up
special, yard $4.50
$10.50 Silk Velour Dress Velvets, yard.... $7.00
$ 5.50 Costume Velvet ,. $3.75
$ 1.75 Trimming Velvet $1.39
Every shade of our finest quality Georgette
. Crepes included in this sale. We only have one
grade and that of the best. Offered in widest va
riety of shades and 40 inches wide. Specially good
.for waists, dresses and evening wear. .
Revised prices ". ....$1.49
Buy your laces here where you can buy them
at the New Revised Prices. You will save consid
erable on your Xmas purchases.
5s quality, Revised Price 4c
8c quality, Revised Price 6c
10c quality, Revised Price 7c
12 l-2c quality, Revised Price .". 9c
15c quality, Revised Price ......1 11c
25c quality, Revised Price 17c
30c quality, Revised Price 21c
35c quality, Revised Price .v.26c
50c quality, Revised Price 37c
65c quality, Revised Price r 46c
75c quality, Revised Price ...l.......,...........:"......,.58c
85c quality, Revised Price 78c
$1.00 quality, Revised Price ....,... 78c
$1.25 quality, Revised Price ::..:..:......:...l.....:;...c 95c
$1.50 quality, Revised Price $1.18
$1.75 quality, Revised Price $1.29
$2.00 quality, Revised Price $1.39
$2.50 quality, Revised Price $1.85
$3.00 quality, Revised Price .; '. $2.10
$3.50 quality, Revised' Price $2.39
$4.00 quality, Revised Price $295
25c quality, Revised Price 20c
35c quality, Revised Price 28c
50c quality. Revised Price 1....... 1 39c
65c quality, Revised Price .1 48c
75c quality, Revised Price 59c
85c quality,. Revised Price 69c
$1.00 quality. Revised Price 72c
$1.25 quality. Revised Price 98c
$1.50 quality, Revised Price : .$1.25
come just at the
right time, just ,V' (
whsti you can , i
maKe up wresaes, ,- -Skirts
and Coats fp
ana get a iuu sea
son's wear out of
Our entire Dress
Goods Stock is
on the Bargain
now and fill your
Dress Goods need9
at these prices.
Give a Dress,
Skirt or Coat
she will like it.
l & -C v-, -fin
... One lot Dress Goods, Revised Price, yard. ... 50c
Another lot Dress Goods, Revised Pric, yard....85c
NOTE THESE PRICES ON DRESS
$2.00 quality, Revised Price -.
$2.50 quality, Revised Price
$3.00 quality, Revised Frice
$3.50 quality, Revised Price
$4.00 quality, Revised Price
$4.50 quality, Revised Price
$5.00 quality, Revised Price
$6.00 quality, Revised Price
$6.50 quality, Revised Price
$7.00 quality, Revised Price
$7.50 quality, Revised Price
$8.00 quality, Revised Price
$8.50 quality, Revised Price
36 in wide.
Black and Colors.
1 LOT FIGURED VOILES, 25c
There are about 10 pieces in this loot. We are
closing them out. Formerly sold from 75c to $1.00
yard. Revised Price .........I. 25c
MAIL ORDERS .
filled same day received, sub
ject to stock on hand.
TABLE LINENS PRICES CUT DEEP
Why not give Table Linen this year,
v Cloth give her a set of Napkins.
. $2.50 quality. Revision Price .....
$3.00 quality, Revision Price
$3.50 quality, Revision Price
$4.00 quality, Revision Price
$5.00 quality, Revision Price
$6.00 quality, Revision Price
$6.50 quality, Revision Price
$7.00 quality, Revision Price
$8.50 quality. Revision. Price ....
$10.00 quality, Revision Price
$11.50 quality, Revision Price
$12.50 quality, Revision Price
$13.50 quality, Revision Price ...
$15.00 quality, Revision Price
$16.50 quality, Revision Price
$18.50 quality, Revision Price
$20.00 quality, Revision Price
$22.50 quality, Revision Price
$25.00 quality, Revision Price
$27.50 quality, Revision Price
$30.00 quality, Revision Price
$35.00 quality, Revision Price ;..
$40.00 quality, Revision Price
If not a
SPECIAL LOT DRESS TRIMMING
Revision Price 1-2 of Original Price
MAKE OUT YOUR XMAS
Conic to this bis Price Revisi
on Sale and save.
looking. She Is about SO,