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Win. Kllzii Ureen, aged 80, died
Thursday at Anthony's hospital.
Mho had bfn falling In health for
minn time. Hhe was a slHter-ln-luw of
Mrs, Mary June Ltcuitllun of Weston.
CAJLKNIMlt OP EVENTS
I)co. 17-1 HUH W ool Crow
era meet hure,
Iic. aa-a Pruning chool at
Doc. 25. Suturduy, Christmas
Deb. is. American Legion
Deo. J8-29 Second Annual
meeting Oregon State Chamber
if Commerce, Portland.
Deo. 20-28 uraln and forage
athool, Hlot Kbck.
Dee. 29-31. Annual meeting
0. S. T. A., Portland.
Jan. l, Annual mooting of
Hound-Up directors. ,
Di atliM Are IVw
Three deaths which occured In I'trn
dlnton Thursday were the first In the
city during the pant two months. Thin
record la contrasted with similar
months In llt when the death rat
wan hlKh because of Influenza and
I.ltilo Kon I Hen
John Arllne Mllllorn, aged one and
b, half your, died Thurnduy afternoon.
He waa the aon of Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mllllorn. Funeral services were held
today at 10:30 a. m. from the Folsom
chapel with Kev, John Secor pastor
"of the Mcthodlat church officiating.
IHiiiiU llavo 1-Xraen
' Hock ponds In the west end of the
rtiiinty have frozen over nn.l young
Mrs are skating on them According,
to l D. I'helpe and Col. J. It. Haley
who killed m duck In th west rnil
ot the county Thnrmlny. The freezing
of the ponds la driving d'l'-k '!
Utile Girl I Hi
died Thursday night after a serious
UlnoHH. Hhe had been suffering from
complications following dlptheria. Hhe
arts to the wheat fields In thfl fllre was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John
lion cf Holdman and Vanayrfv.. Many Molstrom. Funeral services were held
npiro birds are expected to be on the ' today from the Methodist church'Wlth
r'ver If the weather continues cold. Hev. John Kecor, pastor, officiating.
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IN PACKAGES, $7.50 to 40c
Packed by Russell & Gibberd. - Every package
is new, fresh pack.
YOU WILL FIND THE FINEST VARIE
TIES OF APPLES IN THE BEST
, GRADES AT "101"
-YOU CAN DEPEND ON 101"
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
(Private Rirliango Connects liotli Departments)
FINE UIIUCEK1E8 A.l MEATS
101-101 101-1UI 101 101 101-101-101
Special Sale of Electric
Beginning Saturday and continuing as long us our
stock lasts, we are going to sell
$9.75 Lamp for $6.19
Theae lamps are the very latest style and made of
the very best of material,, in three different finishes,
so the assortment for you to choose from is good.
A chance to buy a real useful Christmas gift for
just about one-half the regular price. - " ' . ,
The BEE HIVE
Pay Cah. Pendleton's Variety Storo Save Cash
is the more sensible? Buying some foolish little gift
that is soon forgotten or one that proves its useful
npR in dailv use. Alladin Aluminum satisfies.
Jia thenam every piecfl
Universal Stoves &Fumaces
K2WI for Mcmoi'lul I'nld
The 200 subscribed by the Knights
of Columbus of Pendleton for the Til
Taylor memorial was paid today with
a check aunt to the headquarters of
(iiiiiing Home for Holidays
Arthur 8. Kudd, son of Mr. and Mrs.
A. H. Itudd, la expected to arrive from
Portland this afternooji to spend thf
Christmas holidays hJra, Hie la a
freshman at the University of Oregon
Smallpox ItcciTd llcltcr
.No new casta of smallpox were re
ported either on Friday or today for
quarantine, according to John llalley
Jr., special health officer. He releas
ed one residence from smallpox quar
Itullifall In .00 Ini'lics.
The rainfall last night was .Oli
inches, according to Major Lee Moor
house, official weather observer. The
maximum today Is 40 and the mini
mum 23. The barometer registers
29.12. '' .
Leave for Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert A. McDonald
have closed their studio and will take
a two weeks' vacation. They will vis
it in Portland at the home of Mrs.
McDonald's parents and will return
here January 3.
Hero for Holidays.
I Lloyd Montgomery, sou of Mr. and
Mrs. John Montgomery, and Lloyd Mc
lllae, son of Mr. and Mia. Kenneth Mc
Kae. are in Pendleton for the holi
j'tays. Young Montgomery la a student
at O. A. C. while McKua attends Uni
versity of Oregon.
.Mrs. Van Dcumcu Depart. .
Mrs. Kcllth O. Van Deusen, home
demonstration agent, left last night for
California, whure aha will spend her
vacation. She will visit her son, Ted
Van Deusen, who Is a student, at Stan
ford. Mrs. Van Deusen will i
here December 27.
Mr-Nary Will Support BUI i
Senator C. L McNary has notified'
local officials Of the Farmers Union,!
It was announced today by V. V. Har- j
rah, that he will support the Capper;
bill providing against future trading!
In the Chicago wheat market. At their I
slato meeting held In Dallas the Far
mers L'nlon members officially endors-1
ed the Capper bill. 1
lluiiu Kipcrt to Speak Here.
Tho Rotary Club of Pendleton will
have as its guest on Wednesday noon,
at their regular weekly meeting, W. D.
Whltcomb. of the firm of Whitfield,
Whltcomb & Co., of Portland, Astoria.
Seattle and Spokane. Mr. Whltcomb
will talk to the club on the present day
business problems and how to meet
them, using charts and figures to illus
trate his talk. .
i;iilltmTit Mod Changed. ? "
S The local navy rocruithig office re-,
Sloeivcd word today that there will be '
Ejno mere first enlistments for the twoj
land three yea t periods. Men are to,
Sloe enlisted only for the full period of I
js'four years, except minors between 17 j
zijand 18 years who will enlist for the pe-1
5,'rlod of minority and not for three j
H'years. He-enlistmeius may be made
Si for periods of two, three and four
Siycars, says P. It. Weaver, 'local re
Manager!) Knrcinl Here , j
The special train bearing General.
Manager J. P. O'Brien and other offi-
S ciala of tho O. W. R. & N. system, I
Swas in Pendleton at 10 o'clock this!
j morning and departed for La. Qraudoj
Si and the rest of the system aa fur usj
S Huntington. The officials are making:
a careful tour of Inspection of the
properties In Oregon and spend several .
hourg at Rleth where extensive addi
tions are under wny. There were four
; private cars In the special train which
Author Is Xhtv
Kay Cleaver Strahan, who is gain
ing prominence as'an author. Is a niece
of Elmer B. Cleaver of this city, being
the daughter ot Dr. Lon Cleaver, who
is known to Pendleton people. She
wrote "With the Odds to the Gods,"
which appears in the January Delinea
tor; "Peggy Mary," a serial in Good
Housekeeping which Is now a book,
and a book, "Something that Begins
With T." Other stories by this author
have appeared in the Delineator, the
American, Hood Housekeeping and
Mrs. SprliMtcr Committed.
Mrs. Winnlfred Springer, former
school teacher, was commltteed to the
State Hospital here yesterday, having
been sent here by order of Judge Tax
well, of Portland, following a violation
of her parole. She was formerly in the
state hospital at Salem, being commit
ted in Octoher but paroled to an aunt,
Mrs. Mary K. Swan of Portland. Mrs.
Springer gained considerable notice in
her efforts to secure legal uld for
prisoners at tho penitentiary. Becausi
the Salem hospital Is crowded, Mrs;
Springer nvaa sent hero Instead of bcj
iug returned to the other Institution
l'.t,u,icnliil Kiti.,'! jirt in MihI.
The Oregon Association of Commer
cial Secretaries is to have its annual
meeting Monday, December 27, In
Portland. C. K. Cranston, secretary of
the Pendleton Commercial Association,
today was Informed. The association
held its last meeting here on May 21,
jbut tho attendance was light and the
association decided to hold . .but one
session eaoh year an have that In
; Portland. Mr. Cranston said that In
'all probability he will atteiyd the oon
ivenllon and remain for the foltovylng
two days when the annual meeting of
the Oregon State Chamber of Com-
imerce takes place. Notice of the con-H
vention waa sent out by C. O. Laurit
;zen. secretary of the Cnrvallla Conl-
Imerctal Club and secretary of the
, slate hody,
CUV A BARREL OF
. ..." Al - . ' ' "t .
FROCKS ONE-HALF PRICE
A lovely variety of styles and ma
terials such as tricotine, satin, vel
vet, duvetyne, velour, crepe meteor,
taffeta and tricolette., Latest New
York models. Make your selection
CORSETS 1-2 PRICE
Nemo, Modart, Kabo, La Revo
and Madam Irenes.
Beautiful Brocades, Satin Stripe,
Cantille, Broche Corsets, up to $25.
Now 1-2 price
All sies, 19 to 41.
Make Your Selection
CHRISTMAS FURS NOW .
'And have them laid aside until ' '
' Christmas. ,
Black Lynx" Scarf, was $200,
now : $135.00
Black Fox Scarf, was $200,
now !.. $135.00
Black Fox Scarf, was $95, ,
Black Fox Scarf, was $75,
now - $59.50
Hudson Seal Scarf, was $130,
Beaver Scarf, was $130, now $87.50
Squirrel Scarf, was $75, now $59.50
Raccoon Scarf, was $37.50,
Blue Wolf Scarf, Was $75,
now j.:..'.. $59.00
Jap Koljnsky Scarf; waa $25,
- now $19.59
Stone Martin Scarf, was $35,
Squirrel Scarf, was $120, - t"'
now '........u. .V $95.00
Jap Kolinsky Scarf, was $25,
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Jap Kolinsky Scarf, was $65,
Special Lot Blankets,
$8.25. . .
Baby Blankets, single,
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LQOK AT OUR WINDOW FOR ALL SIZES IN ORANGES, 50fc i DOZEN AND'UP
SPECIAL RATE BY THE BOX.
' Christmas Candies, per pound
Libby's Plum Pudding, 1 pound cans
Tea Garden Mince Meat, No. 10 cans
We have just received a shiinnent
gim KjO. jjayt;r; wusuvs is, ana
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
KOK, SAL.K A bunch of thorough
' hreil chickens 129 lwla 1'hono
LOST Hoys overcoat, (urey) between
Ascncy ami 1'eiullcton. Return to
E. U Swnrtlnder, Indian Agency and
receive suitable reward.
TO I.BASK VOW B yKAKS S7S acr
larm, 400 acres in cultivating. Al
eiiilinent and stock for sale, "170 acrM
now seeded. . 17 head work stock and
all necessary, inachlnerj- and equip
ment for general farming. This farm
one of best in locality. Addrest L. 41,
Main, rendleton, Oregon.
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Do your shplig at a real Christmas store, where everything la
arranged In order to make selection easy.
Here you will find most practical gifts. Give that kind of pres
ents for Chrietmus.
affiefitore of theftiristmasSpirii
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CHRISTMAS SEALS, CARDS j
. - AND TISSUE.
Seals :....s- 5c package
Cards 10c package
Paper ...,.,....;......-v. 0c roll
A GIFT CERTIFICATE
Can be purchased at our office
for ANY AMOUNT. If -you're in
doubt, buy one and let the other fel
low decide what they waat . ..
ii many styles, 75c to $5.00
You'll find here a big assortment"
of the many modes' in pretty neck
wear in designs exclusively shown
by us for, adornment of. dress , or
suit. They are just, the. thing for a
dainty gift. Make your selections
early. . . '
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HERE ARE HANDBAGS
in every mode for Xmas Gifts
75c to $16.50 . '
: Whether you seek a simple purse
or an elaborately fitted bag, a neat
leather, a decorative beaded bag or
metal bag you will find among
these just the very bagyou.have in
mind, at just ,the price you wish to
pay. ' -
$4.00 to $11.50
Women's silk underwear in flesh
shade and of good quality...
Knickers, vest," envelopes and cor
set covers,; plain and fancy. These
make exquisite X.mas gifts. . ,
in Many Styles, ........
No one's iXmaa i quite complete
without seyeral pairs of good gloves.
If you prefer to make your own se
lection, here are several very attrao
tively priced gloves in the-most de
sired styles. v
' Silk Gloves .,.
Spanish Combs ...
...43.00 to $6.00
...$1.00 to $2.00
...$1.00 to $2.50
i Packages wrapped, tamped I
'and mailed here. We are glad
to help you. Bring your-pacgakes
to us it is a -part of our service, i
GIVE PRACTICAL XMAS GIFTS
' Why not buy them here nd save.
"Gifts, for. mother, father,, sister,
brother, sweetheart and the baby.
. GIFT HANDKERCHIEFS
We are headquarters for gift
Handkerchiefs for women, girls and.
the little ones. Whether you wish
plain handkerchiefs, embroidered
handkerchiefs, or colored, plain or
embroidered, initial and - lace, we
are sure to please you.
Women's Handkerchiefs, 25c, 35c,
50c, 65c, 85c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50
Children's 1 15c, 25c
40c Pulled White Figs,
V. . . ; . . ... 65c
2! Mission Black Figs in 10 pound boxes.
of Garcia & Mag-'
o id. Doxes.
To Cure a Cult) In One lnr
Taka arove-s LAXAT1VI! rroMO
QUININE tablets. The ironuine heart
the signature of E, W. Grova. JOc
AHOIT TltT XSIAS OUT
The Yuletids season la the one in
which it Is up to all to radiate, cheer
That being the case bow can It be
done better or more wisely than
efforts, creations and of
' lay a visit once to Forshaw's In the
FJixle Building. Look over bis stuck
art baskets, bloctui
EUY A EARFvEL QT, ...
FLOUR : '
i r sL. . E "T
An Ideal Christmas Gift.
Anyone who has , owned these
dainty garmentes know how praf ti
cal they are and ho wexquisitCj.the
workmanship. . , i v,
$4.50 Gowns, now $3,49
$6.50 Gowns, now , .'..$4.75,
$7.50 Gowns, now .....,...,.V...$S.9S
$5.00 Gowns, now ... ..$3.93
$6.50 Combinations ....:...'..$4w7S.
$7.5Q 'Combinations ..'...VV,:.,V;.$5.S5;
Ribbons ...50c to $4,00
...$2.00 to $3.00
Silk Shirtings ...
Bag Handles ...
Table Linens, .,
,.10c to $L50
.,.. $2.00 to $2.75
...r...75c to $3.50
.1.-4 off reg. price
...75c to $4.50
$1.50 to $4.50
Our hosiery section offers a most
.complete selection of the prettiest of
silk hose. The best makes in lisle
hose as well as the ultra fashionable
wool hose. Whether yon seek
something for yourself or as a gift
here is just what you will like at
prices most decidedly reduced.
Ostrich Fans $5.75 to
extra fancy, 5 lb! boxes.
with. Black and White-Figs in-
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Shop at Alexanders for Your Xmas Provisions
A SITTING BEFORE DEC. 21
Means CHRISTMAS PICTURES for You ;
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AUNE-WIIEELER STUDIO I
222 E. Alta Open Sundays phone 53.3 ..'