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DAILY EAST C2E30KTA2I, PDLSIOST, CSSGOlf, MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 13. 1920
' CALENDAR, OP KVENT8
Dqc. ll. Grand Jury convene
, Ceo. 171 State Wool a row
er" meet here.
Deo, JtO-St Pruning school at
Dec, ' 18-2 Second Annual
meeting Oregon State Chamber
of Commerce, Portlund.
Deo. 2S-2H Oniln and forage
chool, 1'llot Rock.
Dec. 29-31. Annual meeting
O. 8. T. A., Portland.
Jun, IS. Annual meeting of
demonstration agent, during her tay dlxtant from a building and to "ex.
In thl county.
C. 1H Mnrh Xpixilntod
Judao C. H. Marsh haa boon ap
pointed by Hubert K. Smith, Mtate di
rector of the Oregon division of tho
European relief council, a county
campaign lender In an emergency or
ganization for an Oregon campaign to
ralne fund for g.ouo.oo ennoren 01
Rurope. The money In to be raised
oulBlde of Portland.
Judgn Goes Witness
Judge Thoma Fit Oerald left for
TOrtland on No. 17 Sunday to he a wit
ne'es today In a trial In the U. 8. court
During hla absenea John Halley Jr., la
acting aa recorder and police Judge.
tlnqulshed before nightfall.
Nolln Haa Hevlvul
Itcvival service opened yesterday at
Nolln under the direction of Kev. F. U.
Church. The serlces will be of sev
eral weeka' duration. Evangelists and
linger are at Nolln for the event and
the Solvation Army la attainting alao.
lls DavKi I Visitor
Miss Hertha Davie, of the extension
department of O. A. la making Pen
dleton her headquarters while making
vlaita to high schools in Umatilla coun
ty and Inspecting the domestic science
-) 1 1 .. 11 1 t... will mnfftP
with Mrs. Edith O. VsnOeusen, home snc requires that bonfires he HQ feet
ll Itlrilm In November
The number of birth in this county
In November won 14, according to rec-
orda kept at the of flea or ur. Ji.- J.
Kavannugh, city phyalclnn. The num
ber of deiitha was lx. There were 24
blrtha In September, It In October and
14 In November. The death rate In
November waa lower than the Novem
ber rate last year and la considered
unusually low for a winter month.
Firo Chief Finds Bonfire
Fire Chief W. K. Flngold stopped on
hla way home last evening to ex
tinguish bonfire les man six ieet
fnim an East Webb atreet residence.
he aald thla morning. The chief aald
that with breer-e blowing aa they have
been, auch a fire might easily have
Ignited the house nearby. The ordln
Two Iulist In Navy s .
The local navy recruiting office se
cured a recruit yesterday from the
eastern and western coasts of the Unit
ed Rtates, A. J. Kleiner, of Cambria,
California, and Arthur Dunduhl, of
I'ensacota, Florida, enlisted as machln
lets males. They will train at Hanip
ton Roads, Virginia.
Invited to National Meeting. .
Tho Pendleton Commercial Aasncia
tlon, which holds membership In the
i namner or Lomerce or me united
States, today received ntlee of the an
nual meeting of that body which will
he held at the New Wiilard Hotel.
Washington, D. C, on January 27 and
28. Representation from the local
club waa invited.
. Los Angeles, Cul., Doc. 8, 1920.
Pendleton Cash 'Market,
301 E. Court St.
Dear Sirs: '
Kindly send me by express collect 1 Box apples
same as you sent Mr. Meiss. Copy of. his order in
closed. Yours truly,
F. F. DREW.
The above is a copy of a letter we received
which is self-explanatory.
The apple we gent Mr. Mei, Lo Angeles, wi
a box of OUR EXTRA FANCY ROME BEAUTY,
88.. . '
- "YOU CAN DEPEND ON 4101' "
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
' , PtiOXKS 101
' (Prlvot Exchange Connect Moth BepartmenU)
USB GKOCKKIK8 AND MEATS
401-101 101 lgl lul 101 1U1 101 iui lOl-
Woodmen to Have Banquet
The local lodge of Woodmen of the
World are planning on a big time to
night, when a class of at least 25 men
will be initiated, the staff and degree
team from the Walla Walla lodge be
ing Invited to put on the work. About
25 men are expected to come over
from the neighboring city for the
event. A banquet Is to follow the work
lit which 150 members are expected
Commercial Teacher I"mloyed
Miss Kathleen O. Meloy, a senior In
the commercial education department
r.t Oregon Agricultural College, has
been elected to teach the commercial
branches In Pendleton high achool be
ginning January J, 1921. She will suc
ceed E. O. Draper. Miss Meloy Is
prominent In the commerce depart
ment of the college and also in ath
letics. Her election 'will be confirmed I
at the school board meeting to be held 1
Secretaries Send Appeola. ,
Dutters eppeallng to the Pendleton
Commercial Association to send two
I delegates to the annual meeting of the
!oreon State Chamber of Commerce
; in Portland on Dec. 28 and 2 S were
.received today. George Qua vie, gen-
,eral secretary, and J. W. Brewer, field
secretary, both urged the local body
to send In the namea of delegates. It
I la the policy of the association to
i give credentials toi members of that
body who might be 4n Portland at the
,tlme of the meeting who are willing to
attend and represent It.
5 . fian'a Clauj can fill his sack with Toys, Dolls, Sleds, Wagona,
Doll Beds Doll Cradles, Basxinetlx, Engines, Trains, Horses,
S . Rucking l ores, BuMs, I. locks, Handkerchiefs, Painted China. Cut
'',- Also we carry the complete line of Gilberts High Grade and
2 ' Instructive Toys for. Boys. Tree Decorations, Holly Boxes we
S . oould fill the side of fhla paper with auggestions of toys and
s ' rifts, Otir; Mock, (s.that compleje, hut it will pay you tp como
5-! iani tee anitoooae for yourself. 'and don't put It off for too
S ,., . jongfa time, for gifts are going fast. ' t '
1 The BEEHIVE
. 1 - Pay Cash . PendJeton'g Variety Store Save Cab
Weather at Present Welcomed
The weather which Umatilla county
at present la enjoying la welcomed far
and wide by farmers and stockmen.
Many of the wheat raiaera are summer
fallowing their land and stockmen are
able to keep their stock on pasture
where, at this time a year ago, they
were obliged to haul feed over a foot
nnd a half of snow to stork. Wind and
lain have done no appreciable damage
to the land and frosts have been al
most negligible Ihua far. Optimistic
r.nes are predicting that December will
pass without a genuine cold spell.
Hoys Are Guexta
The boys of J. T. Lamblrth's Sun
day achool class. Church of the Re
deemer, wera guests yesterday of Mrs.
David Ingram at a bountiful dinner
served at the Ingram home In the
country. Those who enjoyed the affair
were Mr. Lamblrth, Claud Gillette,
Donald Whlteman, John Gervais,
Charles Johnson, Kgbert ficrimsher,
Floyd Smith, Russell Vaughan, Fred
Rohrman, Alfred Iockwood, Lynn
Baxr, Harold Rnlnsberry, Roswell
Lockwood. Maurice Lockwood, Charles
Simla, Richard Blmls, Morris Temple,
and Hawley Ingram, son of Mrs. In
gram. Miss Nellla Ingram assisted in
serving. The boya made the trip by
machine. The time after dinner was
spent In exploring the farm, playing
football, chasing rabbits and riding.
Js the more sensible? Bpying some foolish little gift
that is soon forgotten or one that proves its useful
ness in daily use. Alladin Aluminum satisfies.
we nave i
Pyrex in , al
XmaSsepkgs. 0VEN"W1RE sanitary.
Haa the noma oa every piec
IJecnse Plate Being Received
. .License plates tor 1921 are being re
ceived by Pendleton automobile own
era who filed applications early for
their licenses. The plates are not to be
chahged until January 1, 1921, but
after that date, according to orders
from the secretary of state, persons
driving with 1020 licenses are to be
arrested and fined. The new plates
are of green background with white
numerals. Arcordlng to advices re
ceived by local traffic officials, only
about 12,000 applications for licenses
have been received at. Salem while
for the year ending nearly 105.000
cars wera licensed. The last minute
rush Is again expected to swamp the
secretary of state's office and with trie
Christmas mail growing heavier dally,
deliveries of the plntes are expected to
he slow. '
Farmers Attend Meeting,
I About 20 west-end farmers attended
a poultry culling demonstration at the
K. E. Graham poultry yard at Colttm
bla Saturday, sa.va Fred Bennion,
county agriculture agent Charles S.
Brewster poultry expert, discussed se
lection for breeding purposes, feeding
for egg production1, and how to deter
mine which hens are hl-h producers,
wrtiich are not, etc. Mr. Prewster
pointed O'lt that rmatilla county
chicken raisers -are too prone to use
wheat almost exclusively, thus aivlng a
hen much fat making material but not
enough other materlala He states that
wheat gives a hen fat enough to lay
seven eggs a day, protein to lay an
eg gevery 10 days and ash to lay an
egg every 10 days and ash to lay an
that wheat alone Is not a balanced ra
tion. He suggested that the farmers
grow sufficient wheat and corn as
scratch feed and buy egg producing
materials, such aa dry mashes, bran
shorts and fish meal. Mr.
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FOR CHRIST1WAS, gifts like pictures should reflect your best expression to be most appreciated, and
there are gift things which will stand out in the memory of your friends as the pleasantest recollections
of their Happiest Christmas. You will also find the prices most reasonable on every one of these gift
suggestions, which will help you check your list. ATTEND THE GREAT PRICE REVISION SALE
and SAVE MONEY.
w rr Jt
Silks $1.4 to $3.tS
Woolen Dress Goods 50c to fS.OO
PlaJd Woolen l.7 to 17.50
Coatings 4 $3.50 to f 1 0.00
Gloves, Kid $2.50 to $4.00
Gloves, Fabric 75c
Table Cloth $2.50 to $S0.00
Napkins $2.50 to $25.00
Lunch Sets $10.00
611k Hosiery 5e to $4.00
Munslng Wear-, .'. 85c to $8.50
I'mhrctlas . $65.00
N'eckwear 75c to $5.00
Hand Bags and Pursca 75c to $15.00
(tog Handles , . . 65c to $.50
Hag Rlbbona Less 1-S Reg. Price
Fancy Fjnb. Work 1-2 Price
Made up model.
Tapestry Siearfs $3.00 to $16.50
Tapestry CoiK-h Covers $8.50
Malerla Pieces $3.50 to $15.00
Women's Handken-hiefs ..... 10c to $1.25
Shorn $5.00 to 015.00
Coat . '. $10.50 to $75.00
Fnr $900 to $150.00
Bilk Petticoats $.5 to $15.00
Georgette Petticoats for party Rowns
prion . .i. $11.95 to $25.00
Camisolea $2.00 to $7.50
Silk Corsets $10.00 to $20.00
Corduroy Bath Robes $9.95 to $30.00
Pendleton Bath Robes $30.00
Silk K I mon as $5.50 to $45.00
Hand Knib, Gowns and Combinations,
price . $2.95 to $6.50
Crepe dc Chine Gowns and Combinations
price $5.00 to lfta.00
Indies' Sweaters wool and silk $7.00 to $50
price ! r ..... $5.00 to $15.00
Cap and Scarfs $1.50 to $6.50
Pendleton Indian Robe $16.50
Silk 3 5
Dress Woolens 50c to $5.00
Coatings W-50 ,00
Gloves Kkl 4 00
Gloves Fabric ,Sc
Silk Hosiery . 85c to $4.00
' Silk Inderwcar .......... $3AO to $11.50
Hand Bags and Purses ; 75c to $15.00
Vanity Bags 600
Neckwear 75c to $5.00
Beails - fl-M M
HaiulkercliiefH 10c to $10
Shoes 3- $1500
Coats -9 o $45.00
Dresses (wool) $7.50 to $35.00
Dresses (cotton) $1.50 to $6.50
Middles 2-7 to $6.50
Hand Kmb. Gowns $ 95 to $10.00
Sweaters $5 00 to $10.00
Pajamas '. $2-50 to $3.75
HAPPY HINTS FOR
Hand Made Dresses ..... $.50 to $15.00
Machine Made Petticoats up to. ... . $3.50
Hand Made Petticoats 50c to $6.50
Machine Made Dresses up to $3.50
Japanese Quilts $4.50 to $6.95
Hand Kmb. Pillows $2.95 to $12.00
Bootees, silk and wool 35c to $3.50
Hot Water Bottles hand '
painted $1-50 to $2.50
Comb and Brush Set 65c to $3.50
Carriage Strap . . . . $1.25 to $3-50
Rattles 25c to $1.00
Baby Books 35e to $1.25
Teething Rings 25c to 50c
Bibs 10c to $2.50
Caps $2.95 to $3.50
Silk Hoso $1.00
Wool Mittens 35c to 50c
K"1 $25.00 to $85.00
mereoat $10.00 to $85.00
Mackinaw r tHAO to $25.00
I nion Suit , S2.50 to $10.00
Hs $3.50 to $22.50
P - $1.50 to $6.00
Mile Hose , ..... m oo to 2Jia
Bath Robe, Men's $30.00
Smoking Jackets $10.00 to $25.00'
Gloves . $2.00 to $10.00
Shtrta 2.25 lo $15.00
Ties 75c to $6.50
Men's Bath Robes $16.00 to $22.50
hoe $8.50 to $16.50
AND VARIOUS OTHER
K Happy Hints If
Suits $10.00 to $20.00
Overcoats J $5.0010 $18.50
Waists 85c to $2.00
Shirts 81.00 to 84.0O
Cap $1.00 to $2.50
Gloves 50c to $1.75
Ties 35c to $1.50
Sweaters $3.50 to $7.50
Hats $1.25 to $3.75
Shoes . $5.00 to $10.00
TRY ALEXANDER'S FOR YOUR XMAS
, Almonds, Walnuts, Filberts, Peanuts, Pecans, Nigger
Toes, Salted Almonds Salted Peanuts, Shelled Almonds,
Shelled Walnuts. ' ' .
We have those Xmas Candies, also Broken, Mixed,
Plain, Mixed, Cream Mixed and Gum Drops.
Cider, per gallon 75c
Roman Beauty Apples, per box : ,..$2.25
Table Raisins, 5 pound boxes ,J.....$2.25
; Dromedary Dates, Figs, Libby's Plum Pudding and
Mince Meat. " i '.
Farm Bureau To Vt
The Hermtston Farm Bureau will
meet tomorrow at the library In Her
miston. Work will be snm'marled and
Bennion Plans for the coming year will be
says a number of poultry raisers plan: made,
to raise 100 pullets thla year and will
Clarence Townsend, arrested Satnrdny
night for being drunk, put up $10 each
as ball on Sunday and were released.
Their ball was declared forfeited In
police court today.
Hart Gets $50 Jolt
Will 'Hart, charged with being
drunk, disorderly and fighting last
night, waa found guilty In police court
not say whether Hart is the same Bill
Hart who was recently released from
jail In Portland after serving time for
peddling liquor to Indians
Universal Stoves &Fumaces
follow Mr. Brewster's advice. W. A. $61.11 In Kettles
Ford of Umatilla, w)io has S00 pullets The sum of $61.11 was given by Pen
is nne of the successful fnerier of dleton people Saturday to keep tha
balanc-d ration. Hla hena are enter- Salvation Army kettles boiling. The tmiay and fined I;o or S5 days In Jail.
el In the er lavlna contest at Ranta' money t used to bring Christmas II. K. Dundahl, who claimed to have
-rn unit nt Puvnlliin and fowls owiud cheer to Pendleton homes suffered a beating at the hands of i HlKhop Keatnr spnke yesterday mom
oy him were leading in a contest at ' t Hart, failed to appear as a witness ing at the Church of the redeemer and
Pullman when B windstorm blow tha Two Drunks FYirfrlt Bail against, him and forfeited 15 bail he; In the evening at umon ae.'vlcea at
Isadora Y lute bull, an Indian, anuput for that purpose, uiltclala aid j the Methodist church.
Bishop Is Honor Guest
Bishop Frederick W. Keator, of the
Episcopal diocese of Olympia. will be
honor guest at a atag dinner at the
parish hall tonight. The dinner will
be rooked and served by the men.
Will Visit Milton
Mrs. Edith O. Van Deusen. home
(.emonstration agent, will go to Milton
Wednesday to visit the school during
the hot lunch hour. The Milton. Free,
water and Cmanine school. . , s
inree west end schools which serve hot
To Cure a Cold In ()tMi Day
Take Grove's LAXATIVR nonun
QFIXIXE tablets. Tha cenulna ,.r.
the slgnatura of E. W. Crova, luc
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