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IVews or rendleton
: CALENDAll OP EVENTS
Dec. 6-11 School wonk.
io. 13. Grand jury convenes
nura. ., . .
. toee. 17-11 Stale Wool -Grow.
ra inset, here,.
Dec. 20-24 Prunlnir flchnnl at
iMsc 18-29 Becond Annual
meotliifi Oregon State Chamber
f Commerce, Portland.
Iec. 28-2 Grain nd fornire
chool, Pilot Rock. ,
leo. 29-11 Annunl nutllnc
0.,S. T. A, Portland.
Jan. U. Annual mectlnir of
f Round-Up director.
HxhiK Bcwor Crude
1 The city engineer today marled run
nlW; uradc (or wwem In the went nd
of the city rind will make preparations
fur nomo new work', in that part of
town. , ,
.'M.!w Ikuker in llosulLal
. i MIhr (irnce linker In a patient In ftt.fi
, Anthony's hoHpllal where she wan opr.
rated upon Thursday morning for up
; ocndleitl. Minn Haker U employed
in tt-juler'n, bookstore. '
A hall and vestibule in being "built
; t' the Muln street entrance of the
HolM Ht. George. The veatiliula will
eerve.ap astrm door during tho cpld
, wee iter.
Mr. CnmnuWI Ih' - ' '
Mr. John Cuniphell, formerly .of
Umstilla tountyA but of recent yearti
a resident of Forest Grove, died recent.
ly at her homeaccording to word
i ecolvcil here yesterday by II. W. flat
KM. funeral service were held in
ForeHt Grove yesterday. Mm. Catnv-'
bell In mirvlVed by two aona, Scott I
Campbell uud Archie Campbell, both
of ForeHt Grove. Mr. Campbell died
4 Inouth aao.
Let i:ii(tlno Hun Unattended.
1 I JO. Kern today won fined $5 In
police court for leaving hie auto un
attended with tho engine running
Piu-llunrciit In Kiici-os. '
Itcv. It. h. Ilunalar(iter who return
ed yenterrluy from Walla- Walla where
he attended the Parliament of Chris
tian tiilnlHteifl, nays that the rnetlnif
wua a great nuocckk. liecause of the
ill ter.ee of nomti of the milliliter who
were kept awuy due to church work,
i lie proftrum wui ehortened ne day,
M.mrtmii from all over the North-
went attended. Milton ecnt a delcita
tion to the parliament -liev. Huhko
lurKer will kive a report of the affair
ut tomorrow's morning ecrvlce 1n the
C'hriHtlan churt'li. ' ' ' '
REAL OLD SOUTHERN
New shipment just received from New Orleans.
BRFR RABBIT BRAND (Red label), a .syrup
nude from the pure juice of the sorghum cane.
IMch in Fiijjar. ' . .
Fine for All Table I'wrp , Mince Meat,
Cooking, Baking rd Cndy Making.
Three tizos. rnarls, half gallons and gallons.
"WASTE LESS BUY THE BEST"
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
K (Prlvato Eirluuiso ConnmtN llirth TiepnrtnicnUl)
HNH (jKOCKKIKS AAI MMVT8
ioi-ioi loi ioi loi loi ioi loi lpi loi-
Kloi ni Ircdi4xJ. - ' v .
The barometer la fulllmr and' i
Ntorm la predicted by MaJor-J.ee Moor
nouKe, orriclul weather observer. The
maximum today la 60, tho minimum
35 and the barometer regbitpni M "i
The precipitation wan .04 liichcu.
: 7 ,, ,
Story UMir CliaiiRml. ,
The etory hour at the city library
baa iteen-irhainred from 1 a. m. to 11
a. m., ' according- to announcement
iiAdu today by Mia Martha Johnson,
who ,i j,, tharse. Bhe will tell stor-le-5
to 11, e younffHtw-a from U a. in.
Officer hi Milton V
F. R. Weaver, bead of the local navy
lecmiitliif office,' and C. c. Long-, his
bmutant, are In Milton today on re.
cruitlng- duty. They are putting up
navy pofitera ajid alio looking- for re
cruits. Many of the recent recruits
were from Frcewater.
t , i
rVnielerjr Impr red v
The main pat ha and road at Uhe
lney cemctry are belngr graveled.
The work la fcelnj- done by the Warren
Construction Co. and the money will
eeme from the cemetery fund. Th
traveling means a great Improvement
to the local burying ground.
flunks tjven Poln) - 4
The J-lnit Katlonal Hank and the
'American -Vatlonul Bank, have beei,
rrexemed with posters ahowlng photo-
I graphs of scenes connected with dintll
ilate distribution by the county Farnv
! liureau during the gasoline shortage.,!
The posters bear the legend 'The bank
helped to meet the gasoline shortage."
.Mill Ktixler Jtrnik Again,'
John Snyder, an Indian, whose name
Is one of the most frequently found on i
the police court blotter, will arrested j
again this morning and was fined I
i $10 in police "court today. The Judge
, told Snyder that tie was too frequent j
a visitor in his court and warned him
to keep away from liquor at his peril
next time he faces the court.
Storm lTedlcd for Here j
fcportsmcn are expecting a storm to
lilt this section within the next day or j
two and are preparing to go to the i
west end of the county for duck shoot- f
lug should there be a snow fall. Tlier ;
are lots of ducks In that section und !
shooting would be exceptionally good j
were there cold weather and snow, '
2.1 JteiH-w MciniierMliip. j
Twtnty-five Indians of the Tirtuilla!
church renewed nsombernhip or Joined j
the temperance society during the an
nual evangelical meeting which Just j
closed, says Itev.'j. M. Cornellson,
missionary at the church. The 'meet
ing was attended by 23 delegates, all
of whom have returned to their homes.
The majority came here from Idaho.
Ie(nn Win CewMnr KmlorseitMiit.
The executive committee of the
American legion' at its next meeting
here will be anked to take up the
matter of officially endorsing the re
quest for Community Service work ill
Pendleton. Whllo in the city yester
day, Ituy F. Carter, district represen
tative, asked that the legion take ac
tion similar to that taken by the I'cn-
idk-ton Commercial Association in re
questing the eervice.
'.' Bai' Clauj can fill his suck with Toys. Dulls, Sleds, Wagons,
E loll Iieds, Doll Craoles, Hasslnetts -Kngui-i. Train, liorses, B
p " ):M:kirg l.ores,.UulH I. locks, HniiKt-rvhlcfa, Painted China Ouf S
S , Also ws curry the complete line of Gilberts High Grade and H
S. Instructive Toys for Hiva.. Tree Decorations, Holly Boxes we j
5 could fill the side of this paper with suggestions of toys .and S
- gifts. Our stock Is that complete, but It Will pay ymi io come s
X i and see and cnoose for yourself, and don't put it ot for too E
S long a time, for gifts ale going fast. j
! The BEE HIVE -
Pay Cath Pendleton'. Variety Store Save Cash
Poultry o Be Itikcd
A poultry culling demonstration
will be held tomorrow at Columbia, at
E. E. Graham's poultry yards. West
end poultry raisers are to be preseiit
and will assemble at 1:30 p. m. C. S.
Brewster, formerly a professor in the
poultry department at O. A. C., now
employed by a ponitry feeding com
pany will speak. He will demonstrate
how to select breeding stock nd how
to feed for egg production.
ICIglit Men Join lUkM.
Klglit new Elks wore Initiated last
night Into the local lodge. Tom W.
Gillette. William Kupers, P. T. Hales,
Charles Mcllevttt. John K. Thomp
son, Dale C. Mercier, Ora E. Holdman
ojii1J. Itoy Furnish were those taken
into the order.' The lodge today re
ceived an invitation to send a dele
gation to attend the Elks minstrels
which will be given .by the Walla
Walla lodge next Wednesday and
Thursday nights. !
fcaj MM? 3-3
is the more sensible? Buying some foolish little gift
$at is soon forgotten or one that proves its useful
ness in daily use. Alladim Aluminum satisfies.
nxw m i
the set in
, Xmas pkgs.
Universal Stoves &Fumaces
Fahw Alums Ttiriam m ,
The fire department yesterday even
ing answered Its second alarm of the
day when a small boy, tampering with
the box at Tustin and Thompson, turn
ed In a call. "The bell rang SB at first
and then 36. The apparatus answered
at bog JS, West Webb and Pine, and
found no fire. Elimination of the
telegraph alarm system at the head
quarters showed thathe alarm had
come from box 36 but had been tam
pered with and could not be distin
guished when it came in.
City Health Condition Better
Tho condition of Pendleton's health
Is reported much improved this week.
No new cases of -contagious disease
were reported either Thursday or to
day and one case was released from
quarantine last evening. John Halley
Jr., special health officer, reported to
the council Wednesday night that
eight cases had been released and
only Tour new ones quarantined in the
week ending Wednesday. A", the case
mentioned were of, smallpox except
one, which was cf dipthcria.
Mem Will Kiitertaln '
Pendleton men are planning a din
ner in honor of Bishop Frederick W,
Kcator who will be in j'endleton Sun-
jday and Monday. Plshyp Kcator, who
is in charge of the Olympla diocese of
the Episcopal church, speaks both at
the Methodist church and the Church
l of the Redeemer during his stay. The
I dinner is scheduled for 0:15 Monday
evening In the -Parish Hall. The meal
j Is to be cooked and served by the men.
I John, Vaughan, Clarence Whlteman.
F. K. Welch and W. D. Humphrey are
those appointed Tor kitchen duty while
Jim Welch and Jim Sturgla will bo
in charge of the Jinln$ room,
BUY A BARREL OF
j'j;Murro.'8 Miixc ferop.i;
Keeping Abreast of the Times is our Business
That' one reason of the GREAT PRICE REVISION SALE, giving' the people of Pendleton and vicinity lower pricci
An imuuiaUa otawI i xmll fliffa. ' ls-tl ti . f -1 - ' .
Be sure to attend this sale. Come in every day. You'll find new Bargains added as sdm as one is sold out.
i. ONLY 11 MORE SHOPPING DAYS TILL XMAS-1-TIME IS GETTING SHORT SO SHOP EARLY '
ONE LOT OVERCOATS $10.00
One lot Overcoats, all iizes, 34 to 44 ; regular price
$18.50 to $30. Choice $10.00
Price Revision on Eveiy High Grade
MEN'S SUIT AND OVERCOAT
Iii the Store.
None reserved. At 33 1-2 percent less regular
price.': Buy now and save money. Purchase
Xmas gifts with it. Come early. , :
$25.00 giuUity, lli-viM-d Price
ttlAO guality, KmUmmI litw
$:WI.(MI uality, Kcvisctl IHi-e
t.t5.IH VualKV. Kt-iiwtl IVice
Sn7.r0 yuallty, TtevisrU 11-fc-e
140.00 Quality, R4klMxl Trk-e
l.-0 guality, P.cvImI I'rk-e
S45.P0 Quality. Iti'vi-H-tl Price .
t7.."0 Quality, Itcviwil l'rk-e .
g.-.i.OO Quality, llevl!l l'rk-e ,
."2..tU Quality, Revised Prh-c
S55.00 Quality, K-visrl I'rice
S&7.JV0 Quality, Itcvlseil Prl.-e -StiO.OO
Quality, Kcvixil Price .
$02.50 Quality, KeviMxl Priie
$05.(K Quality. Itevinwl Price
870.00 Quality, Kevi.sed Priiv
$720 Quality, Revised Price
$75.00 Quality, Revised Price
$77.50 Quality, Revised Price
$H0.OO Quality, Rcvls-1 Price
$82.50 Quality, Rciistil Price
$85.00 Quality, Revised Price
$5 1. $7
mimary heels, flexible
uiaily lt.t remarked
brown - kit.
PRICE REVISION ON MEN'S AND
: BOYS' CAPS. -
Blue, Stripe and Khaki
Price Revision $1.95
$1.50 Men's and Hoys
-.'.(Ml Mrn'M and llo) V
tM M' ami lh'
:t.(MI Men's aud liuys'
$:t.50 Men's and Hoys'
$4.00 Mtii's and Rnya'
$4.50 Men's and Boys'
$5.00 Men's and Roys'
Caps, lU-viftcd Price
Caps, Revised Prk-c
Cains Revised I'rk-e
Cls, IU-1scd I'riuc
Caps Revised Price
Caps, Revised Irloe
Caps, Revised Price
Caps Revised Price
ne lot dresa shoes, consisting .f ,
browa, ivory and arey kid, French
heels, originally 9.50, J12.50 and
1 15.00, remarked to $5.00
TRUNKS, BAGS AND
$3.00 Quality . $2J2o
$3.50 Quality $2.63
$4.00 Quality $3.00
$4.50 Quality $3.36
$5.00 Quality $3.75
$6.00 Quality $4.50
$7150 Quality : . . . $5.63
$10.00 Quality $7.50
$12.50 Quality $9.38
$15.00 Quality $1125
$17.50 Quality . $13.13
$20.00 Quality $15.00
$22.50 Quality $16.85
$25.00 Quality 1 $18.75
$27.50 Quality $20.65
$30.00 Quality $22.50
$32.50 Quality $24.38
$35.00 Quality . . . . V .'$26.50
Men's Leather Vests, Sheep
Skin Coals', Mackinaws,
- ...,,,. i , , ...
$12.50 Values, Price Revlsert S.38
$13.50 'Value, Price Revised .., $10.15
S15.00 Values, IM Ico Revised $11.25
$16.50 Values. Price Revised j. . . . $13.13
$17.00 Values, Price Revised $14.05
$20.00 Values, Price Revised , $10.55
$22.50 Values Pri lU-visttd $1.73
$27.50 Values, I'rice Revised . .' $20.05
25 Per Cent Off.
ODDS AND ENDS MEN'S TWO
Sizes 34 to 50, values to $5.00. -Choice
BOYS' SUITS AND OVER
11 (1.00 Now
. $7.50$ 18.50 Now ... 1 3.88
'" is820'0 Kow " '-3
'" $I1.2522-00 iiow "-8
.. $ia!38$25.00 Now ... $18.75
'f .. . Revised Prices ;
Di-ess Gloves, Work ' Gloves and
Reduced 25 Per Cent
THE BOYS '
Haven't been overlooked , in
this great . Price Reduction
Sale. Mothers , bring the boys
down and let us fit them out
for the winter. 'You'll have
money left . .
Pants : $3.00
Off Regular Price.
Price Revision on
Men's R & W. Shirts, Mad
V ras and Silk ;
$3.00 Values, Iricv Revised
$3J ali, Prkx Revised
$1.00 Values, Price RevLsed
$1.50 Values, Prk-e Revised
$5.00 Values, Price Rcvfecd
M OO Values, Price Revised . .
$6.50 Values, l'rk-e Revised . .
$80 Valwps. lVkv lbvial '
$10.00 Values, Price Revlsnl .
$11.00 Values. Price Revised .
$1C.5 ValtK-s, lri. Rrv,t .
$13.50 Values, Price Revisel
$15.00 alues lrle Revised
. $0 3
MEN'S UNION SUITS
Cooper and Richmond Makes
Less 25 Per Cent Regr. Price. "
Cotton Silk and Lisle, Plain and
, ... , f j Initial.
Z5c OlialitT. Revlsnl IVi. .
$5c QuaUly. Revised Ivkv . . .
40c Quality, I'rice Revised . . ,
45e Quality, Revbd Price . .1
50c Quality, Revised I'rice . . ,
65c OnatttT. Reviserf Print .
75e Quality, Revised I'rice . . ,
$1.00 Quality, Revised Prk-e
$1-5 Quality, Revised Price ,
$I.M Uwittl. Revisrri IVb
$2.00 Quality, Revised Price
. . '-
. . 2K
. . 32-
. . '.IK-
. . Mile
Glen's Stag Shirty
33 1-3 Percent off.
. AT YOl'U SiatVK'l)
Bring your packsRcs here. We will wrap them
and mall them (or ou. .-
MAkK THIS HlXHlf HH II 11K1QI Alt! Kits
I'se our phones; use our waitlnn room: um .,.n
rest room, and mall jiackusea we will rap .ur